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- 10/27–30/2014Santa Clara, CaliforniaI'm teaching two tutorials on October 27 on PHP performance and DB2 for IBM i, plus one other talk. See me and other speakers, network with peers, learn a lot.
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ZendCon, the premier PHP conference, October 27-30, 2014, in Santa Clara, California, has a discount expiring August 15. When you register, be sure to include the tutorial day (Oct. 27). If you already registered but forgot to add the tutorial … Continue reading
Alan answers questions about DB2 for IBM i support in Zend Framework 2. Continue reading
Here is the easiest way to determine which version of Zend Server is installed on a given IBM i system. From a 5250 command line, follow these four steps: 1. GO LICPGM 2. Take option 10 (Display installed licensed programs) … Continue reading
If you’ve installed Zend Server for IBM i and are planning to remove the older Zend Core for i5/OS, first check that Zend Core’s version is at least 2.6.1. Zend Core must be at 2.6.1+ because if you uninstall version … Continue reading
IBM i had a solid presence at ZendCon, the Zend/PHP conference. IBM itself was a sponsor and staffed a booth (Tim Rowe and Tony Cairns). Here are a few photos from the conference. I’ll post more when I get time.
Next week I’ll be in Framingham to present at the Northeast System i Users Groups Conference (NEUGC). In early May, it’s Minneapolis for the COMMON 2011 annual meeting. Here are the dates and places of these great conferences: NEUGC: April … Continue reading
Instructions for setting up SSH on IBM i, a handy way to save scripts from Zend Studio 8.0. Continue reading
On March 9, 2011, I’ll present a free webinar about how to create a Zend Framework project on IBM i. The webinar is at 9am PST, 12pm EST. Sign up here: http://www.zend.com/en/company/news/event/790_webinar-your-first-zend-framework-project-on-ibm-i Here’s the complete list of my upcoming talks.
A list of Zend Framework user groups is now available online: http://framework.zend.com/community/groups. I’m proud to say the list includes my own New York City area Zend Framework Meetup Group, co-founded by Ed Kietlinski and me in 2009, and affiliated with … Continue reading