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Client Bucket Workshops in NYC (Design Patterns in PHP/Actionscript)
January 03, 2011 @ 09:25:29

Chinedu Chukuigwe has submitted some details about a series of courses planned as a part of the Client Bucket Workshop series for developers aiming to increase their knowledge of PHP and related technologies.

The idea is simple. No more than twelve people in a workshop led by the best of the best programmers. All profits from the Client Bucket Workshops will go toward cancer research.

Their upcoming class is a look at design patterns in PHP and ActionScript happening January 13th and 14th at the City College of New York, CUNY. The price for the full two-day event (9am-4pm) is $495 USD or, if you'd only like, you can register for only one of the days - either the 13th or 14th and get in on only the PHP or only Actionscript for $285 USD . If you'd like any more information about the project or Client Bucket Workshops, see their main site here. You can also sign up for their email list if you'd like to be informed about future workshops.

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