[sf-lug] Fwd: [Balug-talk] PenLUG tomorrow!! Topic: PHP (TONIGHT)
jim at well.com
Thu Feb 23 08:04:13 PST 2006
Here's something from the balug bunch:
> WHO: Jack Herrington
> WHAT: PHP Application Development Fundamentals, with a few tips and
> tricks thrown in
> WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 23, 7-9pm
> WHERE: Open Country, 1301 Shoreway Rd Suite 211, Belmont, CA 94002
> WHY: To learn and socialize with other fans of Linux and open source
> NEW LOCATION: Note that since last month we are now meeting at the
> offices of Open Country in Belmont, who are also graciously providing
> us with FREE FOOD and BEVERAGES so bring your appetite as well.
> NEW ROOM: We will be meeting in a new, larger room, in a different
> part of the building from last month. Be sure to pay attention to
> directions given at the entrance when you arrive.
> Our topic is "PHP" and the scheduled speaker is Jack Herrington,
> author of several books including "PHP Hacks" from O'Reilly. Jack
> says: "I'll cover the basics of PHP; how it works, the fundamentals of
> the syntax and the language design. Then I'll cover how to develop
> robust web applications using the built-in functions and objects, as
> well as libraries freely available through the PEAR network. Time will
> be left at the end of the presentation for questions and answers."
> Jack Herrington is an software engineer and author. He has written
> three books; Code Generation in Action, Podcasting Hacks and PHP
> Hacks. He writes a PHP series on IBM's Developerworks site, as well as
> articles on a variety of topics for other sources. He also podcasts
> for O'Reilly and edits the Code Generation Network. He lives in Union
> City, California with his wife Lori, daughter Megan, and dogs Oso and
> Sadie. In his spare time Jack reviews technology books and is ranked
> the #150 reviewer in the world on Amazon.com.
> RSVP: not required, but send a note to rsvp at penlug.org if you can, so
> we have an idea of how many people to expect.
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