Adam Trachtenberg

Adam Trachtenberg

Areas of Expertise:

  • PHP
  • REST
  • eBay. LInkedIn

Adam Trachtenberg is the Director of Platform and Services for eBay and is the author of two O'Reilly books, Upgrading to PHP 5 and PHP Cookbook.

Adam has an MBA from Columbia Business School. While there, he focused on general management and operations, with an emphasis on the field of technology. Adam also has a BA from Columbia University. As an undergraduate he majored in mathematics, and his other studies included computer science and Chinese.

Before returning to school, he cofounded and served as vice president for development at two companies, Student.Com and TVGrid.Com. At both firms, he led the front- and middle-end web site design and development, worked on corporate planning and strategy, and served as liaison between the product and marketing teams.

PHP Cookbook PHP Cookbook
by David Sklar , Adam Trachtenberg
Third Edition January 2014

PHP Cookbook PHP Cookbook
by Adam Trachtenberg , David Sklar
Second Edition August 2006
Print: $44.99
Ebook: $35.99

Upgrading to PHP 5 Upgrading to PHP 5
by Adam Trachtenberg
July 2004
Print: $29.95

PHP Cookbook PHP Cookbook
by David Sklar , Adam Trachtenberg
November 2002
OUT OF PRINT

"Another stellar resource from O'Reilly, PHP Cookbook makes quick work of providing simple "recipies" of PHP that range from beginner to advanced. It's an excellent reference to help you quickly find how to do a multitude of things in PHP. "
--Glen Stansberry, NETTUTS

"Everyone regardless of skill level will feel they hit the jackpot with this book because it has tons of sample code and examples that explain how to do just about anything imaginable in PHP...I find all O'Reilly's cookbooks to be extremely useful and PHP Cookbook is ceartainly the most useful PHP book I own."
--Steven Osborn, Tulsa PHP Users Group

"PHP is among the most popular Web scripting language available today. It is estimated that it is used on more than twenty million sites, providing interactivity via its capability to converse with several different database applications. The authors provide more than 250 PHP recipes covering a wide variety of topics that are of interest to PHP programmers. This handy reference will likely save programmers hours of work since the recipes can often be used with little modification."
--Michael Kleper, The Kleper Report on Digital Publishing