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Type safety in PHP

Postby rstoll » Mon Dec 10, 2012 2:40 pm

Hi,
I am currently working on my final project of my undergraduate study and the project is about type safety in PHP. One aspect of the project examines the opinion of the PHP community on this topic.

I now need your help. I would be very glad, if you could take 5 – 20 minutes to fill in my online survey: http://www.q-set.co.uk/q-set.php?sCode=PGSKQCJUWZVK

I will publish the deliverables of my project under an open source license. Thus you contribute automatically to an open source project if you fill in the form :)

Thanks for your help
Robert Stoll
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Re: Type safety in PHP

Postby Barrikor » Mon Dec 10, 2012 9:46 pm

Completed it.
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Re: Type safety in PHP

Postby rstoll » Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:13 am

Cheers mate :)
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Re: Type safety in PHP

Postby rstoll » Fri Nov 29, 2013 5:54 am

Heya,

Quite a long time ago (almost a year), I asked you guys to fill in a survey about type safety in PHP which I conducted in context of my bachelor thesis.
Unfortunately, I did not really have time to publish all results on a website so far but I am happy to announce that you can find the results here now:
http://tsphp.tutteli.ch/wiki/display/TS ... ety+in+PHP

My bachelor thesis serves as a basis of the open source project TSPHP. You can find further information about it on the wiki as well:
http://tsphp.tutteli.ch/wiki/display/TSPHP/Overview

Please don't hesitate if you have further questions about the survey or the project.

Cheers,
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