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FREE PHP Training @ FTSI/KUIS

I’d like to share my little knowledge on PHP with anyone interested. 
(Changes in the timetable, the training will start on 04 April 2009)

Web Application Development PHP & MySQL
Day : Every Saturday
Date :
   Day 1 - 04 April 2009
   Day 2 – 11 April 2009
   Day 3 – 18 April 2009
   Day 4 – 25 April 2009
Time : 8.30am – 5.00pm
Place : Computer Lab 2, IT Block, KUIS, Bangi.
Map : http://www.kuis.edu.my/ftsi/index.php?option=com_wrapper&view=wrapper&Itemid=23&lang=en
Contact : 0129034614 (SMS will not be entertained)


Participation is on the first come first served basis. The lab could occupy 25 participants only, you are advice to bring your own notebook for your own convenience. The training materials are available below, at the end of this article. You need to print them at your own cost.

Day 1 - 04 April 2009
 

08.30-10.30

Intro to Web Application Development

Installation

 

Break

11.00-12.30

Basic HTML and Form

 

Break

2.30-5.00

Intro to PHP (Syntax, Variable, Array, Operators, Array and QueryString )

 Day 2 : 11 April 2009

08.30-10.30

Arithmetic Operations and Boolean Expression

 

Break

11.00-12.30

Control Structures (selection and repetition)

 

Break

2.30-5.00

Basic Database and Connectivity

Displaying Records

 Day 3 : 18 April 2009

08.30-10.30

Searching Records

Inserting a New Record

 

Break

11.00-12.30

Updating Record

Deleting Record

 

Break

2.30-5.00

Session, Login and Menu

 Day 4 : 25 April 2009

08.30-10.30

Project

 

Break

11.00-12.30

Project

 

Break

2.30-5.00

Project Presentation

 

Training materials;

Comments

  1. Alhamdullilah..very successful!!So proud to be there with comfort place (lab, hostel) n having such a good trainer like you . Thanks a lot..:-)

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  2. Salam En.Kerul,nak ucapkan jutaan terima kasih kerana sudi kongsi ilmu dan pengalaman dan kami kat sini.Semoga digandakan ilmu dan amal....

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  3. I have few pictures I snapped during the course. Sadly to say, gambo aku tak clear.... Waaa....

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  4. Bagus betul ko. Tak sangka ada orang buat training free terbuka utk sesiapa sahaja. Rase cam nak join pulak. Kalu ada sabtu free bulan 4 ni aku datang.

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  5. ko nak dt buek apo kima, kan ko taraf OTAI. kalu nak dtg jugak, aku alu-alukan... You're most welcome

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