The New York PHP group has posted the official conference schedule on the event's site today, and it includes topics ranging from beginner level howtos all the way out to the upcoming Unicode functionality in PHP6.
The NYPHPCon 2006 pre-conference workshop offers an opportunity for you or your team members to get up to speed with the PHP language, and then apply what you've learned as you attend the Conference itself. The well-known and highly rated New York PHP two-day in-depth training provides an appropriate foundation for benefitting from the Conference's content.
For web developers with no programming background, the Designer track gets you started understanding how to use PHP for non-static web development; for programmers with no prior experience with PHP, the Programmer's track lets you begin applying your existing skills with the hottest language around.
Topics to be presented include:
- training on programming fundamentals, form/databse interaction, data and application structures
- One-day Application Building With Horde (from Chuck Hagenbuch of Zend)
- PHP Rocking in the Windows World (from Joe Stagner of Microsoft)
- Consuming Web Services Using PHP 5 (by Adam Trachtenberg the Senior Manager of Platform Evangelism, eBay)
- Efficient debugging with Xdebug (by Derick Rethans, System Developer, eZ Systems)
Looks to be a great conference, so if you'd like to attend or are going to be in the Manhattan area during June 14th through 16th, be sure to reserve your space today!