[NBLUG] General NBLUG Meeting Announcement: PHP Part 2

ME dugan at passwall.com
Tue Feb 4 10:07:01 PST 2003

Excellent donation of your time Mark! I will try to make this meeting as
php is of great interrest to me.

Testemonial on PHP:

I just started coding stuff this weekend in php. It started with fixing
some bugs and adding new features to the new beta release of the
squirrelmail plugin called spamassassin, and have progressed to examining
other plugins coded in php for use with this application.

The author said they will try to release a new beta release in a day or
so, likely using all but about 3 lines from my 20k diff patch. :-)

PHP is such a fun language to use, and it seems it is easy to pick up as
you use it.

Go Mark go!


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DragonGrl said:

> It's that time again folks! So get out your coats and mittens (cause it's
> cold out there!) and head over to O'Reilly for another exciting night of
> geeking out, Linux style.
> WHAT:    NBLUG General Meeting
> TOPIC:   PHP Part Two
> SPEAKER: Mark Linford
> WHERE:   O'Reilly and Associates, Sebastopol
>          http://nblug.org/directions.cgi
>          http://ora.com/oreilly/seb_directions.html
> WHEN:    Tuesday, February 11, 2003 @ 7:30PM
> This is our normal monthly meeting at the normal scheduled time and place.
> NBLUG meetings are open to all and are free of charge.
>  This month's topic is a continuation of our October meeting discussing
> the
>  popular PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor) web scripting language. Mark
> will
>  be going beyond basic PHP into more intermediate topics. PHP is a
>  widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited
>  for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.
>  Mark Linford currently works at Santa Rosa Junior College, and amongst
>  his other duties, he writes various PHP scripts, some of which talk to
>  MySQL databases.  Previous to working at SRJC he worked with PHP at
>  several other companies.
>    http://www.php.net/
>    http://www.marklinford.com/
>    http://www.santarosa.edu/
> March 11, 2003: General Meeting: The Linux Bootable Business Card Project
> April 8, 2003: General Meeting: Perl, with Tom Anderson
> May 13, 2003: General Meeting: Linux for the PlayStation2 with Adam
> Bertsch
> of Sony

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