It depends on how much time you put into it. I've been learning PHP on-and-off (mostly off though) for about 6 months now and I'm already fairly comfortable with it. There are a few small things that I need to get my head around yet and I intend to get learn Zend as well.As a matter of interest, how long do you think it would take to convert from ASP to PHP in terms of getting to a comfortable real time production skill level?
This typical MS BS. I've never coded ASP been doing PHP for 3 years now, self thought, but this is exactly how I expected ASP to be.The problem with going to PHP from ASP is just the way it is more strict how you code. ASP is way to flexable with that.
never said it was and hope thats not what people read into what I was sayingYou cant compare .NET to PHP, .NET is 10 times more powerful. Not to mention that it is a platform for developing applications and web based applications. PHP is a language not a platform.