PHP for System i Programmers

Erwin Earley, IBM

November 13, 2007 FASUG Meeting

PHP, the most popular scripting language on the web, has come to System i. Millions of web programmers use PHP to easily create interactive, dynamic web applications - and now, so can you! This session provides an introduction to programming with the PHP language and how to use it to web-enable i5/OS resources. Plenty of code examples and references for further study are included.

Erwin Earley  is an Advisory software Engineer in the IBM lab in Rochester, Minnesota, and heads up the Open Community Technologies Center of Competency for System i within the System i Technology Center. At that center, he provides education and enablement services for open community related technologies on System i including Linux, MySQL and Zend's PHP. Erwin writes frequently on a number of technology topics and currently holds certifications from Red hat as well as the Linux Professional Institute and is a candidate for certification with Zend's PHP.

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