|Hamburg (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (Germany)|
Every second tuesday, there\'s a usergroup meeting.|
|Dallas PHP/MySQL Users Group (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
This is a growing users group in the Dallas area for PHP, MySQL, and related topics. The objective is to provide an open group for discussion and knowledge sharing. We have been meeting for several months and have had several speaker presentations on topics related to this technology. One of our goals is to host a conference in the future to promote the usage of PHP and MySQL. Beginners and advanced users are all invited and there are several sub-groups related to different topics.|
|Dallas PHP Users Group (DPUG) (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
DallasPHP is a growing user group in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area that supports the use of PHP, MySQL, and other related technologies. Our objective is to provide an open community for discussion, knowledge and skill sharing, to encourage the use of PHP both in personal and corporate environments, and to provide a crossroads for those who need and those who can provide professional PHP development skills within Texas.|
PHP users of all experience levels are invited to our monthly presentations (where specific programming topics are discussed on the second Tuesday of each month) and to a general Q&A session which happens on the Saturday that follows the Tuesday night meeting. Meeting details can be found at our official website.
Our meetings still occur at 7:00pm on the second Tuesday of each month, with a follow-up "Q&A Session" on the Saturday following the Official Tuesday meeting (It's a date that's easy to explain to members, but may be tricky to include on your calendar, since it's not always the second Saturday of the month. If you can't put that one on the calendar, that's OK.)
|OKC PHP Meetup (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Meetup for Oklahoma City PHP users.|
|Nashville PHP User Group (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Join our community and attend meetings to exchange ideas and talk about code, architecture, innovation, and open source in general. Anyone interested in web development is welcome!|
We meet on the second Tuesday of every month at 7pm.
|Oklahoma City PHP User Group (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
PHP OKC's goal is to promote the use of PHP through education and awareness. Users and members can learn the power of PHP, how to implement it, and how to improve their own skills.|
|Buffalo PHP Meetup (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Meet developers near you! Come to a meetup to exchange ideas and talk about web development, php, and open source in general. Anyone interested is welcome!|
Buffalo PHP organizes regular meetings to promote the use of PHP in the business community, and to provide a resource for development, education and sharing of ideas among developers and hobbyists.
We are looking for companies involved with PHP and open source web development in the Buffalo are to join our mission and host a meeting. We request that a space capable of holding 30 people be provided, along with a projector or large-screen television with VGA and/or DVI input available. We also request that food and beverages be provided for all guests after the featured presentation. It is also requested that the host company make an 5-minute introductory presentation of their business, their involvement with PHP and the open source community including descriptions of the positions currently employed and available opportunities for placement that are related. We also accept prizes for raffle/give-away during our meetings. Please contact the organizer through the meetup website to coordinate a meetup at your facility.
|Milwaukee PHP User\'s Group (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
The Milwaukee PHP Users group has two goals.|
1) cultivate personal relationships between our great city\'s web developers
2) share best practices amongst programmers
Whether just getting into PHP, or hard core dreaming of PHP and sheep, this is the place to start.
Meetings occur every 2nd Tuesday of the month.
Twitter: @mkepug, #mkepug
|PHP Amersfoort (Every Second Tuesday of the month) [User Group Event] (Netherlands)|
Every second Tuesday of the month: a meetup for PHP developers from the Amersfoort and Eemland region. Talks, interaction, fun. You can also come hang with us on IRC: Freenode network, #phpamersfoort|
|ZEND - PHP II: Higher Structures (2016-03-07 to 2016-03-25) [Training] (United States)|
INSTRUCTOR LED ON-LINE TRAINING -- PHP II: Higher Structures|
The Zend PHP II: Higher Structures course is designed to expand a beginning programmer’s understanding of the PHP language. This intermediate-level course builds upon knowledge gained in PHP I: Foundations (http://www.zend.com/en/services/training/php-i-foundations)
This course is offered online - with a live instructor in English- for 22.5 hours (Nine 2.5 hour sessions) on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for three weeks.
|Web Security Training (2016-03-07 to 2016-03-10) [Training] (United States)|
Are you handling user input correctly, storing passwords securely, and guarding against SQL Injection and other attacks?|
Learn how to write secure code in our course in Web & PHP Security practices that teaches you everything you need to know to begin protecting yourself from malicious users. This 10 hour, live, online instructor-led class covers the most frequent security attacks, how to detect them, how to protect yourself from them, and how to recover if you are breached. It also covers PHP specific security topics such as best practices for protecting user sessions, working with cookes, and securely handling user logins & passwords.
The class will cover the following topics, and will always be updated with any up-to-date web security vulnerabilities that emerge:
Secure PHP Configuration & Filesystems; Securing Users: User Session Best Practices, Secondary Security Measures, 2-factor authentication, Forgotten Password handling; Basic Web Security: Filtering and Displaying User Input, Brute Force Attacks, Encryption/Hashing of Passwords, Access Control, Man in the Middle Attacks; Common Web Attacks: Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF), Cross Site Scripting Attacks (XSS), via Reflection, Storage, and DOM; Click-Jacking; Other Web Vulnerabilities: SQL Injection, Code Injection, Command Line Injection, File Upload Attacks, Session Hijacking; Preparation: Pre-emptive measures, Prepared reactions.
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