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Zend Framework Database Access Webinar (Oct 31st, 2007)
October 31, 2007 @ 08:48:00

As a quick reminder, there's still time to register for Zend's latest Webinar event - Zend Framework Database Access happening today at 9am PDT:

One of the core features of the Zend Framework is its database access component. The DB component is designed with a "keep it simple" principle, giving access to advanced data access features, balanced with database implementation abstraction, extreme simplicity, and ease of use. Another goal of the DB component is to encourage good practices and reduce performance and security flaws. Zend's Bill Karwin will give an overview of the capabilities of the Zend DB component, and show several examples of using it in PHP 5 for tasks.

Topics covered include different types of database connections, running queries, checking the performance stats of the execution and building tables similar to ActiveRecord.

Click here to sign up for the event.

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