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I own a small PHP consultancy located in New York. I just finished writing my first book for O'Reilly, entitled Essential PHP Security. Yes, I'm a PHP guy hanging out on a Perl site.

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Wednesday October 01, 2003
10:28 PM

RAMP Training

[ #15016 ]

NYPHP has announced RAMP training courses. Lasting only three hours each, these courses are intended for people who are already experienced but are looking for advanced instruction on very specific topics. The hope is that you can take a class in the morning and be applying what you have learned the same afternoon.

I will be teaching HTTP and State Management, which I hope will help people use PHP sessions more effectively. Once I cover some fundamental topics, I plan to focus on debugging techniques and methods of improving the security of your sessions.

These courses are scheduled for November 10 and 11 and are being taught in some nice training facilities in New York City.

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  • I'm a little confused about why you announced this on a Perl website. Maybe it's just me.
    --
    • Randal L. Schwartz
    • Stonehenge
    • oh, and every other journal entry on use.perl is Perl related? that's pretty funny.
    • I think you are failing to distinguish between an announcement and someone's journal. That's OK, because I can help you. :-)

      This is my journal. If you want to read about me or the things that I am doing, you read my journal. If you are looking for announcements, you read the news on the front page [perl.org] or at several [perl.com] other [perlfoundation.org] places [perl.org].

      Hope that helps!