php|architect Live! Austin
Wednesday, April 20, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
php|architect Live! is coming to Austin!
We are brining the php|architect training experience to Austin for a live, one-day class. Attendees will work with php|architect trainer D. Keith Casey as he teaches:
Object Oriented Programming: Principles & Practice
In this full day hands-on tutorial, we'll jump into Object Oriented Programming from a purely PHP perspective. We'll review some of the basic concepts like method and property visibility, inheritance, and new features with PHP 5.3 and combine them to build sensible and stable class architectures that allow for extension and customization as the business needs change. Finally, we'll use these concepts to disect some of the most common Design Patterns and explore their tradeoffs.
- Review the basics (1-2 hours, limited examples)
- Public vs Protected vs Private
- Extends & Final
- Abstracts vs Interfaces
- 5.3 Specifics
- Object Oriented Design (2 hours)
- Core Principles
- The SOLID principle
- Object Oriented Applied (balance of time, explore ZF or similar)
- Design Patterns
- Models vs Databases
- Adapter vs Fascade
- Decorator vs Strategy
Don't miss this opportunity to works hands on with a live instructor. Seating is limited. Get your ticket today before this event is sold out.
This is a live exercise-driven hands on session. A laptop with PHP 5.2+ pre-installed is required.
When & Where
For the past 12 years, php[architect] has been the learning leader in PHP. With the oldest PHP only magazine in publication, conferences like php[tek] and our excellent library of PHP and web development books, php|architect is recognized as a thought leader in the PHP space.