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Iâd like to hear more about why PHP is not allowed in some companies. Iâm
just curious, since it seems so many of the popular CMS products are
written using PHP or a PHP framework. Is it due to inherent security
issues, or the fact that PHP is predominantly open source, and many
companies arenât so fond of things that they canât control?
That said, a lot of DevOps and docs-as-code frameworks lean toward Python,
so you can count another vote for Python.
On Mon, Mar 30, 2020 at 14:17 Helen OBoyle <hoboyle -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Another "language" that's NOT a good choice is php; it's actually not
> allowed to be used in
> some companies.
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