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- 12/10/2013online 11am - 4:30pm ET with breaks[Save 20% on/before Dec. 3] Learn how to ensure excellent performance for your PHP applications that run on IBM i (or that connect to IBM i).
- 03/11–13/2014Lake Lawn Resort, Delevan, Wisconsin, USAI'll be presenting four PHP talks and will participate in the panel discussion the evening of March 11. Excellent conference.
Category Archives: Performance
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 breaks. “Our process now runs 30-50% faster, thanks to one tip … 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
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
I recently received a question about how to use DB2 with Zend Framework on IBM i. Thomas wrote: I would like to start with Zend Framework on i5 [IBM i] with Zend Server and ZF’s DB2 database adapter. I got … Continue reading
Whenever I’m brought in to improve the performance of a PHP application, an easy change I make is to disable any PHP extensions that the application does not use. PHP extensions are code libraries written in C that add to … Continue reading