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DynamicWebPages Launches New PHP Training Portal
May 10, 2006 @ 06:10:01

DynamicWebPages.de has launched the latest effort in keeping the PHP community educated - their new Training Portal site.

It's been two years since we started out PHP certification training programs to Germany (as well as the entire German-language PHP community). Today, we're announcing that we've become an official training partner for Zend in Central Europe in a new format. The basic and certification training courses will still be there, but a new course has been created - Professional level training. There are also 1 1/2 hour seminars covering things like OOP, the Zend Framework, security, PEAR, and Ajax at the price of only 29.95 Euro. To celebrate this launch of this new effort we're offering a seminar hosted by Tobias Schlitt covering eZ components for free. The new address to get directly to the site is phpzertifizierung.eu.

Always great to see more and more groups expanding their offerings for keeping the PHP public educated, especially when they're coupled with Zend and all they bring to the table.

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