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September 5, 2014

PHP Summer Camp (2014-09-03 to 2014-09-06) [Conference] (Croatia)
The PHP Summer Camp is a special kind of event, 95% time dedicated to workshops providing useful examples, first hand experience and hands on practice. Focus is on delivering cutting edge PHP experience, especially related to Symfony2 framework. Workshops are driven by the expertise of the speaker, so we try to bring the best gurus possible, people like Ryan Weaver, Bernhard Schussek or Derick Rethans.

As an extra option, we organise a boat trip on the last day, its a best way for relaxing after 3 days of hard learning.

This event is a fork of eZ Publish Summer Camp where we had some great learn & fun experience in 2013 and 2012

URL: http://2014.phpsummercamp.com/

Advanced PHP Development Class (2014-09-03 to 2014-09-15) [Training] (United States)
Our Advanced PHP Development course gives you the concepts, features, tools, and practical advice to use them together to build performant, secure, scalable, and reliable web applications.

This class enables developers to tackle the most advanced features of PHP. It is designed for experienced developers and those who have completed our PHP Essentials course. In particular, it covers all the latest Object-Oriented-Programming (OOP) and functional programming features introduced in PHP 5.3, PHP 5.4, and PHP 5.5. This is our most advanced PHP programming offering. It is delivered as a live, 16 hour, online, instructor-led course in six sessions.

The topics covered include:

Advanced OOP: Namespaces, Inheritance, Interfaces & Abstract Classes, Traits, Class Reflection, Inheritance Scope & Late Static Binding, Overloading & Magic Methods; SPL (Standard PHP Library): Iterators, Interfaces; XML: Reading & Writing XML with SimpleXML, XPath; JSON encoding and decoding; Web Services & APIs: SOAP, REST; Anonymous functions, Lambdas, and Closures; DateTime & Timezones; Regular Expressions; Performance & Scaling: Server Side Opcode caching, Server Side Caching Types & Schemes, Browser Side Performance Best Practices.

URL: http://www.phparch.com/training/advanced-php-development/


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