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Announcing a new Meetup for The Singapore PHP User Group Meetup!
What: MySQL with Oracle - the future; Next level of PHP; SMEs using Open Source apps
When: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 7:30 PM
6, Temasek Boulevard Suntec Tower 4, #18-01
1) Briefing: The Future of MySQL with Oracle
Speaker: Mr Blair Layton, Senior Manager – Developer Program, Oracle
2) Taking the next level of PHP
Speaker: Dhenu Wiarsandi, Rynet Singapore Pte Ltd
(Zend Technologies Asia)
At first, your simple PHP apps will run smoothly with your "cowboy code" style coding..But when it gets into a higher lever of PHP productions. Is your team and your PHP application ready enough to face it?
Find out about enhancing the operational maturity of PHP applications.
3) The Use of PHP, Drupal and other Open-Source Applications in the SME Business Environment
Speaker: Yoong Koon Mun, CEO, OrangeJive
Profile of Yoong Koon Mun
Koon Mun graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1994 with a degree in Business Administration (Finance). Unlike many of his peers who joined the financial sector, he chose to plunge headlong into the IT industry instead.
He went on to invest more than 13 years building up a career in the IT industry, having the opportunity to work in organizations like Singapore Computer Systems & IBM. During his time there, he was involved in the sales management, customer management & project management aspects of multimillion dollar system integration projects.
Thereafter, the enrepreneurial bug bit him – coupled with the urge to find new challenges – and he started OrangeJive Pte Ltd in 2008. With a team of professionals having experience in a wide range of activities in the IT value chain including applications development, the managing of complex systems, business process re-engineering and solution sales; OrangeJive Pte Ltd is focused primarily on providing cost-effective business solutions for small and medium enterprises (SMEs), especially those in the food & beverage and private education space.
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Edited by Sushma Vyas on May 20, 2010 9:54 PM