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Big Nerd Ranch - PHP5 Bootcamp - 5-Day Intensive Training
November 16, 2006 @ 08:24:00

According to NewsForge, the folks over at BigNerdRanch are going to be offering a "PHP 5 Bootcamp" course starting February 26th through March 2nd, 2007.

Even with the best-written books, you could spend months learning how to take full advantage of PHP5, or you can come to the Big Nerd Ranch and spend one week in intense, effective training that leaves you ready to apply our proven techniques to your own programming problems.

The course will cover everything you need to know about PHP 5 - from the basics all the way up to more advance topics like web services and Ajax. The Ranch is located just outside of Atlanta, GA and the classes start at $3500 USD (includes lodging, all meals, class materials, lab access and transportation to and from the airport).

Check out the class information for more details or just go on and sign up today to get your name on the list.

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