- 06/02/2015VisTaTech Center, Schoolcraft College, 18600 Haggerty Rd., Livonia, MI 48152 (near Detroit)A one-day conference with over 50 sessions and a vendor showcase. An efficient, cost-effective way to update your knowledge. I'll be speaking about web performance, DB2 and PHP, the new PHP toolkit for IBM i, and more.
- 07/17–18/2015National University, Costa Mesa, Calif.IBM i event on the west coast! One day of sessions and another of workshops and labs. A special chance to meet west coast experts and community members.
Category Archives: Apache
Starting January 27, 2015, I’ll be giving three free Tuesday webinars: January 27: Strategic Modernization with PHP February 17: Bring RPG/COBOL business logic to the web with the PHP Toolkit March 10: Speedy PHP on IBM i All three one-hour webinars … Continue reading
Join me for two events this week sponsored by COMMON, a Users Group: Monday, Feb. 24: Free Tweet Chat about optimizing PHP Performance on IBM i. Use hash tag #COMMONChat. 12pm Central time. Thursday, Feb. 27: Full-day (10-4 Central time … Continue reading
Update: a recording of this class is available at http://iprodeveloper.com/let-your-php-apps-fly-ibm-i-high-performance-php-demand ————- This Tuesday, learn how to Let Your PHP applications fly on IBM i. Busy? You can attend while getting your work done, with three one-hour class segments separated by … Continue reading
For the first time, I’m teaching how to Let Your PHP applications fly on IBM i, including how to configure Zend Server for performance, diagnose bottlenecks, leverage unique IBM i performance tools, optimize DB2 and the IBM i toolkit, and … Continue reading
Tomorrow I’m presenting a new webcast, New PHP Toolkit from Zend and IBM: Open Source on IBM i, as part of System i Network’s free “Virtual Conference.” Date: Thursday, April 5 Time: 11:15am ET Registration (free): http://tinyurl.com/new-toolkit-20120405 Other presentations in … Continue reading
Hope you can join me for “Web performance first aid,” a webcast for the COMMON user group. The webcast will be recorded and archived for future listenings as well. The webcast is for COMMON members, so anyone wanting to hear … Continue reading
A reader recently asked me this security question: If a user enters: http://<my_ip>/<mydirectory> instead of http://<my_ip>/<mydirectory>/script.php They get a listing of all scripts/files in that directory and they can then select and execute/run those scripts. This is a real concern … Continue reading