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php|architect launches classroom PHP training centre in Chicago
November 14, 2006 @ 11:24:00

The php|architect team has officially announced the latest in their PHP training offerings to the public - a full classroom training session in the Chicago area - PHP Full Immersion.

The courses will take place starting January 2006 and be based on an extended, 4-day version of our popular PHP Essentials class.

The class teaches you how to program in PHP 5 in a 4 day course with information ranging from the basics up to advanced topics including XML, web services, and OOP programming. The days are broken up into six hour chunks, building in complexity as each day progresses. The cost for the course is $1995.99 USD/$2395.19 CAD.

They're also offering a special package for anyone not in the Chicago area to help with travel and lodging for $299 in top of the cost of the class. Check out the course's website for complete information.

Classes are coming up quick - January 30th, 2007 and February 27th, 2007 - so get your registration in now!

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