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We've come a long way together. We started with the base definitions of what a class and object is to exploring how classes can relate to each other to practical implementations of design patterns for tackling common programming problems. Hopefully, you'll be able to use some of the best practices and strategies to organize your application into manageable, scalable pieces. The best way to learn how to do something is by actively doing it. Experiment with these tools and techniques, and find ways to adapt them to your needs. The courses and books I recommended should help you expand your set of tools, along with using existing PHP frameworks.
One of the things that I truly enjoy about engineering and PHP is the flexibility to design solutions in a multitude ways. There's usually multiple paths that can be taken, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Object-oriented techniques are a great addition to any programmer's toolset. I appreciate your time, and I hope you enjoyed watching this course as much as I've enjoyed writing and recording it while working with a firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, take a moment to provide feedback through the course homepage on Lynda.com. Thank you.
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