Been working on internet-related stuff since before finishing high school. The idea of being able to play around
with "sharing" stuff betweek people amazed me.
I remember when I started learing PHP: I was in high school. I loved computer classes, and this one teacher, he named "PHP" as a programming language, so I went back home and typed "How to code in php". For me, it was a one-way ticket, or course.
Since then, I did nothing but learn about different technologies of the internet. It lead me to amazing experiences and to meet awesome people who are as passionate about these things as I am.
I discovered that documenting your experiences is a win-win: You get to reinforce your knowledge and at the same
time, what you write can be helpful for other people.
It also generates debate within the community, which is always good.
A minimum php application skeleton that just bridges a PSR-11 container with a routing component to make low-level high-scalable code to be used for any project.GitHub