- 07/27/2016online, 11am Central time (12pm Eastern)Free webinar: Learn the principles of tuning and optimizing PHP on IBM i. With Mike Pavlak and Alan Seiden
- 10/04/2016 – 10/06/2016ChicagoAlan will be speaking about PHP, open source, DB2, and SQL on Oct. 5, 2016, as part of this intimate conference by developers, for developers.
- 11/15/16National University, Costa Mesa, CA, 5:30pm
- 11/19/2016National University, Costa Mesa, Calif., 8 am-afternoon.In this all-day workshop, learn what popular open-source content management system Drupal can do for your company. Take advantage of IBM i's support for PHP and MySQL (MariaDb), learn the foundations of those technologies, and how to leverage with Drupal.
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This year’s ZendCon has a new location—Las Vegas—and more IBM i speakers than ever, including: Tony Cairns (IBM) Massimiliano Cavicchioli (Zend) Jim Oberholtzer (Agile Technology Architects) Mike Pavlak (Zend) Stephanie Rabbani (BCD) Chuk Shirley (Sabel Steel) Shlomo Vanunu (Zend) and … Continue reading
Zendcon, the premier PHP conference, Oct. 27-30, 2014, has a dedicated IBM i track and a special day of IBM i workshop tutorials, to be presented on Oct. 27 by consultant Alan Seiden and IBM’s Tony Cairns, teaching details of performance and DB2 while answering attendee questions in a focused setting. Other tutorials will teach advanced Git, Zend Framework 2, and more. Mike Pavlak will present sessions, co-host an IBM i reception, and ensure that Zendcon is an excellent investment for IBM i attendees. Conference in Santa Clara, California. More information: http://zendcon.com or http://www.alanseiden.com/2014/08/12/zendcontutorial-discount-expires-aug-15/ Continue reading
ZendCon, the premier PHP conference, October 27-30, 2014, in Santa Clara, California, has a discount expiring August 15 31 (extended!). When you register, be sure to include the tutorial day (Oct. 27). If you already registered but forgot to add … 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.
The 2010 “Zend/PHP Conference” welcomed the full range of the PHP community: open source contributors, small businesses, practitioners of diverse technologies and platforms, including Microsoft Windows, Linux, and IBM i, and the largest names in technology and business: Adobe, GE, … Continue reading