This Instructor led LIVE php and MySQL training course will be provided for a total duration of 16 hours spread across 3 weeks by our highly professional php and MySQL trainers.
php stands for Personal Home Page and is a widely popular multi-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.
Weekly Class Schedule
This class begins on Sunday evening, September 15, 2019 at 6:30 PM US Pacific time.
Please check your local date and time for the first session
16 hours of LIVE training
8 sessions | 3 weeks | 3 sessions first two weeks | 2 sessions during 3rd and last week | 2 hours per session
Sunday, Tuesday and Thusday first 2 weeks
Sunday and Tuesday during 3rd and last week
US Pacific time 6:30-8:30 PM each day
Knowledge of high-level Architecture required for Web Page design.
Handle the Web page development and support activities in the real-time
Work independently and implement advanced concepts.
Gain in-depth knowledge of various components related to PHP.
Work with CMS system using WordPress, Joomla, etc.
Work with any RDBMS operation.
How to get involved in Development and Support as per Project Requirement.
Who should attend
This class can be taken by software developers, web developers and database professionals.
Basic knowledge of computers, websites, any programming language, html
1. An Introduction to php and MySQL
History of php and MySQL
Installation and configuring Apache and PHP
2. php Basics, terms and terminology
3. Default Syntax
Styles of PHP Tags
Comments in PHP
Output functions in PHP
Datatypes in PHP
4. php Variables
PHP’s Superglobal Variables
5. php Consants
Standard Pre-defined Constants
Core Pre-defined Languages
6. Control Structures
Execution Control Statements
Looping Statements with Real-time Examples
Passing Arguments by Value and Reference
What is an Array?
How to create an Array
9. Include Functions
10. Regular Expressions
Validating text boxes,emails,phone number,etc
Creating custom regular expressions
11. php Object-Oriented Programming
Classes, Objects, Fields, Properties, _set(), Constants, Methods
Static Class Members, Keyword Instances, Helper Functions
Object Cloning and Copy
12. php and MySQL
What is MySQL
Integration with MySQL
Gmail Data Grid options
Uploading and downloading images in Database
Registration and Login forms with validations
13. Strings and Regular Expressions
Declarations styles of String Variables
Regular Expression Syntax POSIX)
PHP’s Regular Expression Functions (POSIX Extended)
14. Working with the Files and Operating System
Open, Create and Delete files
Create Directories and Manipulate them
Information about Hard Disk
Calculating File, Directory and Disk Sizes
15. Error and Exception Handling
PHP’s Exception Class
Throw New Exception
16. Date and Time Functions
Types of Cookies
How to Create and Access Cookies
Creating and Destroying a Session
Retrieving and Setting the Session ID
Encoding and Decoding Session Data
Recently Viewed Document Index
20. Web Services
Why Web Services
How to Access Web Services
21. XML Integration
What is XML
Create an XML file from PHP with Database records
Reading Information from XML File
22. MySQL Concepts
Mysql with PHP Programming
Mysql with Sqlserver(Optional)
23. Protocols, HTTP communications, files,
HTTP Headers and types
Sending Mails using PHP
Email with Attachment
File Uploading and Downloading using Headers
Implementing Chating Applications using php and Ajax
SMS Gateways and sending SMS to Mobiles
Payments gateways and How to Integrate them
24. php and MySQL with different web technologies
All Sales and purchase of tickets is final. There are no Refunds issued.
If a class is rescheduled/cancelled by the organizer, students who have made the payment and registered for the class will be offered a credit towards any future course.
Please join and support Black and Global Roots Concerts' first fundraising event as we celebrate music, food, and farming through our inaugural Lady Chef, Farmer, and Musician event. This inaugural event takes place at Lantern Restaurant in Chapel Hill, NC on Thursday September 5 2019 from 5:30 PM-7:30 PM. Our esteemed panel of artists and hosts includes Andrea Reusing, chef and owner of Lantern, Flo Hawley and Portia McKnight of Chapel Hill Creamery, Prof CeCe Conway of Appalachian State University and Director of Black and Global (funded by NEA 2017-2019), Fiddlin Al McCanless (old time, bluegrass, Irish), and multi-talented honored guest and singer, Abagail Washburn..
The event is an intimate farm to table event with a special menu designed by Reusing to celebrate the event. Reusing will incorporate local whey pork provided by Chapel Hill Creamery into her special menu and also feature local produce from other local farms. Prof. Conway wil act as the evenings host and will engage Abagail Washburn and others in topics ranging from music to local roots and culture. (Please advise Lantern if you have dietary restriciions: RSVP Evan Hatch )
This special 2-hour ticketed event will provide all profits to support Black and Global Roots Concerts. Tickets are $100 per person and will include an intimate evening with these amazing lady community leaders, innovators, and artists. A special meal, wine and intimate perfomances are part of the ticket price. Only 30 tickets are available for purchase through Event Brite. Act now to make sure you can attend this special event and support local traditional music and culture in your community. If you have dietary restrictions, please let us know in the notes section of your reservation.
Lantern Chef-owner Andrea Reusing was named one of "15 Green Chefs" on Grist's international list, has written for Saveur, Domino, Fine Cooking, Gourmet.com and the News and Observer. She serves on the boards of the Center of Environmental Farming Systems and Chefs Collaborative. Reusing is the 2011 winner of the James Beard award for Best Chef: Southeast and the author of Cooking in the Moment: A Year of Seasonal Recipes (Clarkson Potter, 2011).
Lantern was opened in January 2002 by brother-sister team Andrea and Brendan Reusing, along with help from many friends including Silvia Pahola, Ric Palao and David Doernberg, who is responsible for our striking design and warm glow.
Chapel Hill Creamery is located near Chapel Hill in North Carolina and is home to Portia McKnight and Flo Hawley together with their small herd of Jersey cows. Hawley and McKnight had each enjoyed long careers at Whole Foods Market and decided they wanted to get closer to the source of the food that they had sold. In the process of searching for a good milk source in order to begin making cheese, they found that they were unable to get the quality that they wanted. So, the decision was made to buy a small herd of Jersey cows and a 37-acre farm to ensure that the cows could be pasture-fed. Thus was born Chapel Hill Creamery and, in July of 2000, the first batch of cheese was produced. Today, Portia and Flo focus on the health of their herd of 30 cows as much as the quality of the cheese that they produce. Rotational grazing is practiced on the farm and they limit milking to March through December. The results are hard to argue with, three World Jersey Cheese Awards in 2012.
Fiddlin' Al McCanless is a founding member of the New Deal String Band He also spent many years as fiddler for the Bluegrass Experience. They won the World Champion Bluegrass prize at the Union Grove Old Time Fiddlers Convention in 1972. Al appeared on the first Rambler album on Folkways Records, "The Red Clay Ramblers With Fiddlin' Al McCanless," as well as recordings by the Bluegrass Experience, his Irish Band Celtic Jam, Mike Cross and Alice Gerrard. He now fiddles with the Bluegrass Band, Hindsight, The Merry Gadflies and the Irish group Claudine Langille (formerly of Touchstone) and the Lads (Bob Vasile, Pratie Heads, and Colin Shoemaker). Al spent many years as a part time pharmacist in and around Star, NC. He now divides his time being a potter, fiddler, gardener, and banjo maker.
Abigail Washburn is a Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter and clawhammer banjo-player based in Nashville, TN. Pursuing her fascination with Chinese language and culture, Abigail has regularly toured China for over 20 years, including a month-long tour of China's Silk Road supported by grants from the US Embassy, Beijing. Abigail’s musical projects range from her string band, Uncle Earl, to her bilingual releases Song of the Traveling Daughter (2005), City of Refuge (2011), to the mind-bending “chamber roots” sound of the Sparrow Quartet (featuring Béla Fleck, Casey Driessen and Ben Sollee), to Afterquake, her fundraiser album for Sichuan earthquake victims. Washburn’s most recent record with her husband, Béla Fleck, won a 2016 Grammy for Best Folk Album and she was a featured collaborator on Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble’s 2017 Grammy-winning record, Sing Me Home. Washburn’s upcoming album is a collaboration with Wu Fei, a composer, singer and virtuoso of the guzheng, the ancient 21-string Chinese zither. Celebrating their bicultural sisterhood, Washburn & Wu's banjo-zither duo seamlessly weaves together traditional Appalachian and Chinese folk tunes, with vocals in both English and Mandarin (to be released Spring 2020, Smithsonian Folkways).
In addition to her musical career, Abigail is a TED Fellow and gave a talk at the 2012 TED Convention in Long Beach titled “Building US-China Relations…by Banjo” where she told her true personal story of shifting from becoming a lawyer in Beijing, to a life-long pursuit of musical bridging. NPR voted Abigail's 2012 commencement speech at her alma mater, Colorado College, as one of the best 300 in US history. In March of 2013, Washburn was commissioned by New York Voices and the NY Public Theater to write and debut a theatrical work, Post-American Girl, which drew from her then 17-year relationship with China and addressed themes of expanding identity, cultural relativism, pilgrimage, and the universal appeal of music. Abigail is currently a DisTIL Fellow at UNC Chapel Hill, and the first US-China Fellow at Vanderbilt University. Abigail’s efforts to share US music in China and Chinese music in the US exist within a hope of bridging hearts and minds through cross-cultural collaboration, and the universal language of music.
FAQs How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please advise Lantern in advance if you have dietary restriciions: RSVP Evan Hatch
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? Yes
Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends? Yes
This course is a workshop for clinicians who have already received FEES Training. The purpose of this course is to improve clinicians’ interpretation skills. This course will outline a FEES protocol, discuss research supporting rationale for FEES, and discuss implementation of rating scales for FEES interpetation. There will be exercises to practice verbiage for describing laryngeal abnormalities and interpretation of a variety of swallowing abnormalities with the goal of improving analysis of FEES exam and documentation of findings. This unique course is taught by skilled FEES clinicians from two different backgrounds, acute care and long term care. Participants will be expected to bring a laptop computer and headphones (earbuds are fine) and will receive a flash drive with course slides and video examples to take home. Lunch is included on Day 1.
Bethesda Hospital East - Clayton Conference Center
2815 S. Seacrest Blvd.
Boynton Beach, Florida 33435
Holiday Inn Express and Suites
2001 W. Ocean Avenue
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
Courtyard by Marriott
1601 Congress Avenue
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
This course is taught by Beth Cormell, M.S., CCC-SLP and Selena Reece, M.S., CCC-SLP, BCS-S.
Beth Cormell, M.S.,CCC-SLP has been a Speech-Language Pathologist for over 25 years. She graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, and is currently working as a clinical SLP at UNCRex Healthcare in Raleigh, NC. She initiated the FEES program at UNCRex in 1997, and since, has completed thousands of FEES. Beth not only trains all UNCRex speech staff on FEES, but has also been instrumental in training clinicians and implementing new FEES program throughout the country. She has taught FEES courses for more than 18 years, has presented short courses on FEES implementation and application at NCSHLA’s Annual Convention and at the ASHA Convention. She has been deemed competent for supervision and training in FEES by a board certified Otolaryngologist
Selena Reece received her Master’s degree from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2003 and became a Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing in 2015. She has worked in acute care, outpatient, and inpatient rehabilitation settings. She currently serves as the Director of Educational Resources for Carolina Speech Pathology, while carrying an active caseload providing mobile FEES services. Selena has been training clinicians on FEES throughout the U.S. since 2012. She was featured on Swallow Your Pride Podcast, Episode 18 and has presented at state and national conferences. Selena serves as a mentor through the American Board of Swallowig and Swallowng Disorders. She has been deemed competent for supervision and training in FEES by a board certified Otolaryngologist.
Early Bird: $325 (ends 1/31/2020)
Regular Registration: $350
Following this course, participants will be able to:
Accurately identify anatomical variations and determine appropriate referrals.
Identify normal and abnormal swallowing during FEES, including normal aging variants.
Implement use of rating scales to improve intra and inter-rater reliability for FEES.
Accurately analyze and interpret FEES exams.
8:00: Sign in (complimentary coffee and pastries)
8:15: Welcome, Introductions
8:30: Overview of FEES Protocol
9:30: Describe Normal Anatomical Variants and Abnormal Anatomical Abnormalities
10:30: What is normal? A Review
11:00: Interpretation Practice Part 1
12:45: Use of Rating Scales with FEES
1:45: Interpretation Practice Part 2
2:45: Special Considerations for the Acute Care/Is My Patient Stable Enough for FEES?
4:15 Case Studies
8:00: Review from Day 1
8:30: Interpretation Practice Part 3
10:00: Review Reports
10:30: Unusual FEES Exams
11:30: Final Q and A
*Agenda may fluctuate
Free parking in the garage* or main parking lot in front of the hospital.
*Garage directions: Coming from Woolbright Rd. turn right onto 23rd, make a left into the hospital and the parking garage will be on your left.
This course is offered for 1.2 ASHA CEUs (Professional Area, Advanced Level)
Succesful participation in this course includes 100% attendance. All participants who successfully completed this course will receive a course completion certificate via email within one week of completing this course. If you would like your participation reported to ASHA, you must complete the ASHA Participation form that was provided to you at the course and submit to the course instructor prior to leaving the course. ASHA CE Providers have up to 45 days from the course's end date to send your participation to the ASHA CE Registry. The ASHA CE Registry processing time usually takes one week. During periods of heavy volume, processing time may be longer. If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call 877-390-1887.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations submitted in writing 30 days prior to course date will recieve a full refund. No refunds for cancellations made within 30 days of the course date.
We welcome you to join us for our first koji workshop in North Carolina hosted by The Eco-Institute at Pickards Mountain and Rich Shih of OurCookQuest. We are holding back-to-back sessions over two days, at The Eco-Institute’s farm and retreat center located in the outskirts of Chapel Hill, NC. The goal is to help you understand the fundamentals and versatility of this amazing ingredient to add depth to your dishes, while creating a network of relationships….
We have set up the two-day presentation to give you everything you need to hit the ground running with a wide range of exposure to koji makes and applications. Both days are laid out to build on each other and we offer a discount when you choose the full weekend option. However, if you are looking for a solid starter course, you can choose to take the basic workshop on Saturday only. If you already have some familiarity with koji, we recommend taking the advanced workshop on Sunday.
Day 1 Saturday, August 24: Fundamentals. The first block will cover a variety of applications. We will demonstrate how to make shio koji (umami marinade), kojizuke (pickles) and amazake (a sweet rice drink) as well as how to use them in multiple ways to make your food more delicious. During the afternoon session, guests will learn the straightforward process of making basic rice koji using aspergillus oryzae (koji-kin) spores. We will cover incubator options and show you how to build two simple setups, one with an immersion circulator and the other with a cooler and inexpensive aquarium components. At the end of the afternoon session, you will make your own shio koji to take some umami magic home.
Day 2 Sunday, August 25: Advanced Class. This class is geared towards folks in the food industry and those who already have a basic understanding of koji applications, including those who enrolled in the Fundamentals class. We’ll cover the following makes: modern versions of soy sauce and douchi; alcohol and vinegar; animal product based condiments and charcuterie. We will also teach fresh koji applications: fruit, drinks and a sweet base for desserts. Advanced koji making with a variety of starch mediums will be covered as well. At the end, we will discuss how to move towards a food-waste-free kitchen.
In both sessions there will be opportunities to connect with other chefs and like-minded food enthusiasts. This is an opportunity to build connections and learn together on land that has been building the human-Earth relationship creatively and with patience, like a koji chef does with their product.
For more information on The Eco-Institute, check out eco-institute.org or @the.eco.institute on Instagram.
To learn about Rich Shih, visit ourcookquest.com or @ourcookquest on Instagram.
$120: Day 1 (Beginner Course)
$120: Day 2 (Advanced Course)
$200: (Both Courses)
Lodging & Rooms:
There is limited shared rustic lodging and camping available at The Eco-Institute. If interested in staying onsite overnight for this event, please reserve available accommodations by purchasing from the following additional tickets:
Single Day Yurt Stay: $65
Two Days Yurt Stay: $115
Single Day Camping Stay: $45
Two Day Camping Stay: $75
Additional breakfast and dinner meals are included in the cost of overnight stays. Please message Taylor at [email protected] if you have any questions about accommodations.
10:30 - 12:30 ~ AM Session
12:30 - 01:30 ~ Lunch Provided (Menu forthcoming with meat and vegetarian options)
01:30 - 03:30 ~ PM Session
Lunch will be included both days. Meat and vegetarian options will be available.
Additional Accommodations Information:
- If arriving on Friday, arrival starts at 5pm- Sunday departure is after the workshop at 4pm- Please bring sleeping bags and/or sheets for your stay, as well as a bath towel- Showers are available- If camping, please bring your own gear- Transportation is not provided, but closer to the event there may be carpooling opportunities
Live2Lead Las Vegas (Simulcast) is a leader development experience designed to help you become a better leader and to equip you to grow the teams you lead. Invest in your development because your team will never get better than you.
JOHN C. MAXWELL
John C. Maxwell, the #1 New York Times bestselling author, coach, and speaker who has sold more than 30 million books has been identified as the #1 leader in business by the American Management Association® and the world’s most influential leadership expert by Business Insider and Inc. magazine. Dr. Maxwell has also received the Horatio Alger Award, as well as the Mother Teresa Prize for Global Peace and Leadership from the Luminary Leadership Network. His organizations—The John Maxwell Company, The John Maxwell Team, EQUIP, and the John Maxwell Leadership Foundation—have trained millions of leaders from every nation in the world.
Rachel Hollis is a #1 New York Times & #1 USA Today Bestselling Author, a top business podcaster and one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the world. As a bestselling author and wildly successful lifestyle influencer, she has built a global social media fanbase in the millions. Known as “the Tony Robbins for women” because of her motivational, high energy style and her unique ability to empower and encourage a female audience. She’s a proud working mama of four and a big fan of the small town in Texas hill country that the Hollis family calls home.
Angela Ahrendts was most recently Senior Vice President of Apple Retail based in Cupertino, CA. During her five years, she integrated Apple's physical and digital businesses to create a seamless customer journey for over a billion visitors a year. Before her transition to Apple, Angela served at Burberry as Chief Executive Officer for nearly nine years where her leadership focus on culture, values and positive energy resulted in tripling the business and quadrupling the share price. Angela has consistently been recognized by Forbes, Fortune, and the BBC as a Top 100 Global Executive and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Ralph Lauren Corp. and Airbnb, and a Well Member with charity: water.
Marcus Buckingham is a global researcher and thought leader focused on unlocking strengths, increasing performance, and pioneering the future of how people work. Building on nearly two decades of experience as a Senior Researcher at Gallup Organization, he currently guides the vision of ADP Research Institute as Head of People + Performance research. He founded The Marcus Buckingham Company in 2006 with a clear mission: to instigate a “strengths revolution.” It started, as all revolutions do, with the simplest of ideas: that when people spend the majority of each day on the job using their greatest talents and engaged in their favorite tasks, basically doing exactly what they want to do, both they and their organizations will win.
Chris Hogan is the #1 national best-selling author of Everyday Millionaire and Retire Inspired: It’s Not an Age. It’s a Financial Number. For over a decade, Hogan has served at Ramsey Solutions, spreading a message of hope and financial peace across the country as a financial coach and Ramsey Personality. Hogan helps people plan for their future and reach their retirement goals through his Retire Inspired Podcast and live speaking events.
As an All-American football player and national champion in college, Hogan understands teamwork and speaks to organizations nationwide on how to effectively run and grow their businesses. Before joining Ramsey Solutions, Hogan was the vice president of a well-respected company helping clients manage their money and their companies.
An expert on mortgages and investing, he’s an engaging speaker who is equally at home leading corporate training sessions as he is speaking to college audiences. Hogan works with high profile clients, including business leaders, professional athletes, and entertainers, helping develop financial strategies to generate revenue, protect their wealth, and secure their futures. He received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown College and a masters’ degree from California University of Pennsylvania.
Live2Lead Las Vegas will meet in the Chapel on the campus of Canyon Ridge Christian Church located at 6200 West Lone Mountain Road, Las Vegas, NV 89130. Free parking provided. A continental breakfast (coffee, juice, water, and pastries) and break snacks and program materials provided. Buy a table for your group and save 20% over individual ticket prices, and your team gets to play The John Maxwell Leadership Game (A $997 Value). The Leadership Game is a useful tool to evaluate and elevate team engagement. Engagement leads to personal and professional growth and increased productivity in the organization. For more information, call Ed Segalla at 702-301-9519 or email [email protected]
We extend a sincere thank you to our local sponsors.
Quality Iron Inc., LifeTime Promoz, & CadreLV Inc.
We expect this event to be full! Registration is from 7-7:45 AM. The simulcast will start promptly at 8:00 AM
There will be one 30 minute break, and the simulcast will end at noon.
Maximize Your Training Day By Purchasing The Lunch-N-Learn Afternoon Session.
After the Live2Lead simulcast, you'll stay for lunch and participate in a group learning experience with John Maxwell & Mark Cole video teaching on two of the 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership. You'll have breakout sessions at your table to cement the learning with actionable steps to improve your leadership.
If you would like a private showing of this simulcast for your company, please see Ed Segalla after the event.
For sponsorship information, contact Ed Segalla.