|BostonPHP (Every First Wednesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
BostonPHP is the unofficial, highly biased and overly ambitious PHP Users Group for Boston and its surrounding communities. Our membership ranges from newbie-to-techie. We discourage RTFM attitudes and encourage you to come see what PHP is all about.|
BostonPHP works in conjunction with BostonPHP Meetup, usually meeting the first Wednesday of every month for structured presentation at a local university or business location, and then typically moves on to a nearby restaurant/bar/pub for more informal discussion (aka drink beer).
BostonPHP has its own mailing lists (BostonPHPTalk) to facilitate interaction among members. It also hosts a number of SIG Forums, a Job Board , a BostonPHP Newsletter and member Blogs.
|Pittsburgh PHP Meetup Group (Every First Wednesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
This group aims to help Pittsburgh based PHP developers hone their craft, utilizing the expertise of more experienced developers to share their knowledge with both beginners and all members of the group.|
Some of the initial topics we will discuss include: * What's new in the latest version of PHP * PHP Frameworks: Do we need them? * What is your favorite IDE? * and anything else related to PHP as a web development language
Feel free to bring along any code you might be having trouble with; we'll try to help out as best we can
|Kuala Lumpur PHP (Every First Wednesday of the month) [User Group Event] (Malaysia)|
Kuala Lumpur PHP is a group of professionals that are dedicated to PHP development and web technology. We're also at http://www.klphp.org KLPHP actively supports Malaysia PHP and web communities by organizing technical presentations, networking events and technical discussion. Our goals are to: -- Support local developers and business in their understanding and use of PHP. -- Further PHP locally in the area's business, university, and entrepreneurial communities. -- Collaborate with other technology groups, including non-technical groups, for joint networking, education and social events. While KLPHP is technically focused, we encourage non-developers to join us for networking and social events. We also encourage you to contact us to hold special meetings and events for the KL web community.|
|Advanced PHP Development (2015-05-01 to 2015-05-08) [Training] (United States)|
Build elegant, scalable, reliable sites using advanced PHP concepts.|
Many PHP programming courses cover the basics or a specific concept. Our Advanced PHP Development course gives you the concepts, features, tools, and practical advice to use them together to build performant, secure, scalable, and reliable web applications.
This class enables developers to tackle the most advanced features of PHP. It is designed for experienced developers and those who have completed our PHP Essentials course. In particular, it covers all the latest Object-Oriented-Programming (OOP) and functional programming features introduced in PHP 5.3, PHP 5.4, and PHP 5.5. This is our most advanced PHP programming offering. It is delivered as a live, 16 hour, online, instructor-led course in six sessions.
The topics covered include:
Advanced OOP: Namespaces, Inheritance, Interfaces & Abstract Classes, Traits, Class Reflection, Inheritance Scope & Late Static Binding, Overloading & Magic Methods; SPL (Standard PHP Library): Iterators, Interfaces; XML: Reading & Writing XML with SimpleXML, XPath; JSON encoding and decoding; Web Services & APIs: SOAP, REST; Anonymous functions, Lambdas, and Closures; DateTime & Timezones; Regular Expressions; Performance & Scaling: Server Side Opcode caching, Server Side Caching Types & Schemes, Browser Side Performance Best Practices.
|ZEND - PHP I: Foundations (2015-05-04 to 2015-05-22) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- PHP I: Foundations|
The Zend PHP I: Foundations course is designed to provide non-programmers with a solid foundation in the PHP language. This course guides you through the basics of PHP with an experiential approach, filled with numerous examples and hands-on exercises.
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 18 hours (9 two hour sessions) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for three weeks.
|ZEND - PHP II: Higher Structures (2015-05-04 to 2015-05-22) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- PHP II: Higher Structures |
The Zend PHP II: Higher Structures course is designed to expand a beginning programmer’s understanding of the PHP language. This intermediate-level course builds upon knowledge gained in PHP I: Foundations (http://www.zend.com/en/services/training/course-catalog/php-foundations)
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 22.5 hours (Nine 2.5 hour sessions) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for three weeks.
|PHP: Web-sites and MySQL (Every First Wednesday of the month) [Training] (Russian Federation)|
PHP. Level 2. Development web - sites and interaction with MySQL|
Module 1. Work with the protocol HTTP - cookie, the server response headers
Session and persistent cookie Writing, reading and deleting cookie Lab: Using a cookie Working with HTTP-server response headers Requeried pages (subject Refresh) Jumps to other pages (forwarding and header Location) Set the type of content (subject Content-Type) Prohibition and permission cache (Cache-Control header and Expires) Hashing
Module 2. Session. Operations on files and directories. Working with mail
Sessions: create, read, write, delete, Lab: Using Sessions PHP functions for working with files Reading from Files Writing to Files File Manipulation: copy, rename, delete Working with the cursor Direct work with files Lab: Guestbook with storing data in a text file Working with folders: create, read, delete, Upload files to the server via HTTP Working with mail
Module 3. Basics of working with databases. MySQL database server
Overview of databases General information about SQL City installation of the MySQL database server Work with utilities MySQL database server Lab: Working with the MySQL database server from the command line
Module 4. Using a MySQL database server in PHP applications
PHP functions to work with the MySQL database server Connecting to a MySQL database server Sampling and analysis of the results Lab: Guestbook c storing the data in the database Modules are mysql and mysqli Effective work with MySQL Using SQL View The use of prepared queries
Module 5. Practical use of the database server MySQL: create an online store
Lab: Creating and Using an online store Creating a database Filling Katale goods Sample items from catalog Move selected items to the cart by Sample items from the basket by Removal of goods from the basket by Formation of the order Sample orders
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