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#1 peterleminjello

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 04:27 PM

COMMON is presenting a 2 day in-depth educational conference on PHP, RPG and Application Modernization for the IBM i.

COMMON's Focused Education Series will take place at the:

Sheraton Tampa Riverwalk in Tampa, Florida, from February 12 – 13, 2013

2 days of in-depth education on PHP, RPG and Application Modernization from industry expert speakers.
Some session highlights will be:

Mike Pavlak - Zend
  • PHP Toolkit Examples
  • Introduction to OO-PHP Fundamentals
  • PHP Arrays for the RPG Programmer
  • Stored Procedures and PHP on IBM i
  • Web Services with PHP on IBM i
IBM i - Application Development
IBM i - Java Language
IBM i - Security Management
IBM I - Web Applications: Business Decisions

Please join us at COMMON Focused Education Series conference . Learn from expert speakers. Meet with leading vendors and browse new products and solutions.
Register by January 22nd and Save $149 with the Early Bird Rate.

Learn more about this unique educational opportunity and register online at http://www.common.org/focus

Please feel free to reply or contact me with additional questions.
Hope to see you there.

Kevin Davoren
COMMON: A Users Group Sales
800-777-6734 x218

#2 .josh

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Posted 11 January 2013 - 05:05 PM

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