Wednesday 2nd May, 2012
3:05pm to 3:55pm
PHP is the Web scripting language that powers about 30% of all the Web sites in the world including some of the largest ones we all use on a daily basis. PHP 5.3 was released in June 2009. Now, almost 3 years later PHP 5.4 is here. Come learn about the latest features and how they, along with a number of new extensions, will affect the Web over the next couple of years. Traits, closures, the array shortcut, and other new language syntaxes as well as event-driven and asynchronous programming, NoSQL, and Support Vector Machines (SVM) will be covered in this fast-moving session.
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