|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.
|php[world] Conference (2014-11-10 to 2014-11-14) [Conference] (United States)|
php[world] is the latest conference from the team at php[architect]. It\'s designed to bring together all the various framework communities (Drupal, WordPress, Joomla!, Magento, Symfony, Zend Framework, Laravel, and more!) to one place in order to share ideas, collaborate, and learn from each other.|
It will be taking place in Washginton, D.C. this November 10-14th, and features a day-long training day, a tutorial day, and 3 days of conference. We look forward to seeing you there!
|PHP course in London (2014-11-10 to 2014-11-13) [Training] (United Kingdom)|
Our PHP course will provide students with key skills needed to confidently use PHP with MySQL database.|
This is four days training in Kings Cross, London. The course covers topics like PHP Syntax, variables and data types, Operators, Conditional statements using If, else & Switch, Arrays, For and While Loops, functions, building dynamic web pages and few practical projects.
Our php programming course content and delivery is highly interactive and students will receive quality one-to-one attention in the classroom environment so the course becomes tailored to each individual.
Delegates will be trained by our php developer who will be able to bring invaluable knowledge to the classroom where students will learn hands-on methods and build an impressive portfolio.
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