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New Meetup: Zend Framework without the Frame with Tim Crider

From: Chris S.
Sent on: Tuesday, March 9, 2010 3:44 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Baltimore PHP User Group!

What: Zend Framework without the Frame with Tim Crider

When: Wednesday, March 24,[masked]:30 PM

7070 Samuel Morse Dr
Columbia, MD 21046

The March meetup will be on the 4th Wednesday of this month instead of its normal 3rd. Tim Crider has graciously offered to speak about Zend Framework. Tim will demonstrate how to use Zend Framework components without using all of Zend Framework. He?ll cover the following:

  • Setup Zend Framework Autloader for use in your application
  • Connecting to the database
  • Connecting to a cache
  • Setting up some simple data objects

This will be slides free, very heavy question and answer oriented, hands on demo of using Zend Framework.

Tim Crider is a Systems Architect for MGH, a Baltimore advertising and marketing firm located in Owings Mills and a frequent attendee of the user group. Tim has have been directly involved in designing, implementing and maintaining large data warehouses. He has designed custom data processing applications including reporting engines, data conversion, and data cleansing. He was also responsible for large database servers utilizing open source software such as the MySQL Database Server (v 3.x, 4.x, 5.x), Apache Web Server (1.3.x), PHP, and several Linux distributions. Tim has over a decade of experience in all of these technologies and continues to keep current on new and exciting trends in the field. He is a very avid PHP user who often thinks outside of the box.

We are meeting in our normal location, at our normal time, just a different Wednesday than normal. Pizza and soda are provided by OmniTI (Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!). Come hungry with your PHP hats on. As we did the last few times, we?ll be heading out for a few drinks again after the presentation. Our after meeting spot of choice is PubDog in Columbia. I hope to see everyone there!

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