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Carson Workshops:
Professional PHP Development (Two-day Workshop)
July 24, 2006 @ 14:20:43

Through the Carson Workshops group, there's a new two day event covering "Professional PHP Programming" happening at The Energy Clinic in London.

This practical, hands-on workshop is aimed at helping PHP and other language developers create fully-fledged, enterprise-level PHP applications that are smart, sophisticated, fast, secure and maintainable.

Combining traditional techniques and future technologies, Nick (Nettleton) will take you through the whole process of creating a full-scale enterprise publishing application, from planning and prototypes through coding, and on to debugging and deployment - all using live, hands-on examples.

The workshop is August 24th and 25th and lasts from 9am to 5:30pm each day. Day one will focus on application development and get attendees started on their own development and will include talk of MVC-style architecture, Web 2.0, and web services.

Day two will get more advanced, covering security issues, interactivity in applications, and building charts/reporting metrics. Performance and scalability will also be covered.

For compelte information on the conference - the whats, whys, whos, and wheres - check out this site and register today to reserve your spot.

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