|Austin PHP Meetup (Every Second Thursday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
The Austin PHP Meetup is a friendly group of people interested in developing with PHP in the Austin, Texas area. Whatever your skill level, we invite you to join us, share your experience, and learn how to use PHP more effectively! We meet at 7 PM on the second Thursday of every month at a variety of centrally located venues. We'd love to see you at our next meeting! Please follow the link below for more information.|
|Meeting usergroup Dortmund (Every Second Thursday of the month) [User Group Event] (Germany)|
The php usergroup Dortmund meets every 2 weeks.
We talk about OpenSource, PHP and make talks about different subjects.|
If you want to join, register to our mailinglist. More details on our homepage.
|PHP Usergroup Frankfurt/Main (Every Second Thursday of the month) [User Group Event] (Germany)|
Die PHP Usergroup Frankfurt ist der Treffpunkt im Rhein-Main-Gebiet fr PHP Interessierte - Sei es Online oder im echten Leben, bei unseren regelmigen Treffen.|
The Frankfurt PHPUG aims to promote PHP knowledge by sharing ideas, experiences and best practices amongst group members.
We welcome PHP users of all abilities from in and around Frankfurt as well as guests from further a field. Physical meetings are monthly on the second Thursday of the month at the university of applied science.
Meetings consist of presentations from guest or local speakers and occasionally a workshop style training session followed by an optional social event to promote n:n communication.
|Seattle PHP Meetup/Users Group (Every Second Thursday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Monthly Meetup of Seattle PHPers. Presentations, panels, discussions every month on PHP and anything related to PHP development and production -- from programming tips to frameworks and patterns to entire stacks to queues to... We focus on learning new stuff, networking (peers, getting jobs, etc.), and getting to know other developers. We try to have both an 'entry-level' and 'pro-level' presentation/discussion each night. Meeting in downtown Seattle (see www.meetup.com/php-49)|
|010PHP Rotterdam User Group (Every Second Thursday of the month) [User Group Event] (Netherlands)|
Monthly Meetup for the 010PHP User Group. We\'re aiming to bring the Rotterdam, the Netherlands PHP community closer, share knowledge and get each other excited about new stuff.|
Everyone with a working knowledge of, experience with or interest in PHP or related technology is welcome to attend our monthly meetups. Our talks are open to everyone, with every skill set or level of experience.
|ZEND - PHP I: Foundations (2015-04-06 to 2015-04-24) [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 (2015-04-06 to 2015-04-24) [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.
|ZEND - Test Prep: PHP Cert (2015-04-05 to 2015-04-15) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- TEST PREP: PHP Certification |
The Zend TEST PREP: PHP Certification course is designed to prepare experienced PHP programmers for the challenge of passing the Zend PHP Certification exam and achieving the status of Zend Certified Engineer (ZCE).
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 18 hours (9 two hour sessions) over a two week period.
|Developing on WordPress Training (2015-04-06 to 2015-04-09) [Training] (United States)|
Are you already a knowledgeable PHP developer (or at least understand the basics), but now want to understand how you can use your skills to develop websites using WordPress? Have you been tasked with building a website (or taken a new job) and realized that you need to use WordPress as your core website codebase? WordPress runs approximately 25% of the world’s websites, so this is becoming a more and more common situation.|
The great news is that WordPress is a great framework to build your application on top of, providing much of the needed infrastructure for you automatically. (In fact, the php[architect] website is running WordPress itself).
In this 10 hour long live online instructor-led course, you will be exposed to the ‘WordPress Way’ of writing up code, and learn how to build your own custom features and business logic into the system.
The topic covered include:
Basic Code Flow, Typical WordPress Functions, Shortcodes, Theme Creation, Widget Creation, Other Plugin Coding, Using Hooks, WordPress as an Application Framework, Doing AJAX within WordPress.
|PHP Essentials Training (2015-04-09 to 2015-04-17) [Training] (United States)|
This exclusive 19-hour live, online, instructor-led, tutorial-style course covers a variety of topics related to PHP development. Attendees will be challenged with real-world examples during the course of the class.|
This course includes loads of practical application-building exercises and covers the following topics:
PHP Basics, Strings and String Functions, Basic Arithmetic, Conditions and Loops, Arrays and Array Functions, Processing Form Submissions; Beginning Security, Validation, and Escaping; Cookies, Sessions, and Includes; User Defined Functions, Variable Scope, Beginning Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), Connecting to and Using MySQL Databases.
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