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RE: [webdesign-396] Intro to PHP and Intro to Mysql

From: Aoirthoir An B.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 6, 2009 1:09 AM
Chuck,

I am of the opinion that all programmers should learn database structure, theory, implementation, and maintenance before programming. So typically I would (and in this case will) be starting folks off *mostly* with mysql first.

However,  there are folks that just want to use some basics of PHP in order to get sites up. For instance, wrapping a template around all of the pages of a site. So we will be doing a very basic PHP intro first just to get that ouf of the way.


--- On Tue, 10/6/09, Chuck <[address removed]> wrote:

From: Chuck <[address removed]>
Subject: RE: [webdesign-396] Intro to PHP and Intro to Mysql
To: [address removed]
Date: Tuesday, October 6, 2009, 1:04 AM

I would be very interested in both.  Although the timing is not good for me right now (many projects going on) I would like to take a course in the near future.

I'm guessing...but I think MySQL first and then PHP the time after that would probably be best!?

Thanks for putting something like this out there...This is what I was hoping to get out of joining this Meetup.

Thanks,

Chuck

PS:  The cost for book(s) and class rental is totally fine with me.

  We're putting together two intro courses (for complete programming beginners). One will be for PHP and the other will be for MySQL. (We'll be discussing these at the meet and greet, already scheduled.).

In ordeer to better plan these I need to know several things:

1. How many of you want the MySQL training?

2. How many of you want the PHP training?

3. These classes will be on Saturdays, so is Morning or Afternoon best for you?

4. Anyone coming has to commit to being there at the start of the course (this prevents me from having to explain to walk ins the very basics every single meetup, we had that happening last time we ran a study group and wish to avoid it entirely.)

5. Are you able to afford to purchase (on your own from Amazon, Barnes and Nobles or anyplace else) about $100 or so in books?

6. If we have enough persons wishing to join I'll have to conduct the classes at Gemini Center in Fairview Park. On Saturdays the rental is 35/hr. The classes will be 2 hours each so that's 70 dollars. Which means about 7 dollars per persons we'd have to split (at 10 persons) to cover the rental cost. If more persons come the cost will be reduced per person. (Coming the next year we'll be having an NGO. So we'll be able to use the Library's facilities as that's a requirement, in which case the cost will be back to zero again.)

So just respond to this email if you are interested, or contact me directly.

Kind Regards
Aoirthoir
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