Chris Shiflett is a creative web developer who loves making web sites. He is a thought leader in the PHP and web application security communities — a widely-read blogger at shiflett.org, a popular speaker at industry conferences worldwide, and the founder of the PHP Security Consortium.
His books include the critically-acclaimed Essential PHP Security (O’Reilly) and HTTP Developer's Handbook (Sams). His writing has also appeared in a number of other popular books including Programming PHP (O’Reilly), PHP Cookbook (O’Reilly), and PHP in Action (Manning).
I absolutely loved the first season (two episodes) of MFN, so I’m highly anticipating the new season. Watch out, Idina Menzel. You’ve got some serious competition. As an experiment, please don’t share this on Twitter o… read more
I wrote something for the Fictive Kin blog called Breakfast in the Sunshine: To help clients appreciate the benefits of asking me to solve a problem rather than implement a solution, I often use a simple metaphor. Don’t ask for a window in the k… read more
"Overall the book is well written with lots of interesting asides and almost personal comments it's fairly easy reading."
--Mike James, I Programmer