p. Every week, my good friend Nili arranges a free Webinar for anyone who wants to learn more about PHP. These webinars are always interesting and if they didn’t keep me so busy attending conferences (or planning them) I’d be at more of them. Here’s a list of the ones that are coming in the next couple of months. Since she works so hard putting these together, I know you are going to want to spare an hour every week or so and attend.
p. **Aug 13th, 9am PST**
**”What’s New in Zend Framework 1.6?”:https://zend.webex.com/zend/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=574937764**
Come join the “Zend Framework”:http://framework.zend.com team for an hour long jaunt through the new features added in Zend Framework 1.6. If you currently develop using Zend Framework then you won’t want to miss this one.
p. **Aug 20th, 9am PST**
**”Continuous Integration with PHPUnderControl Part 1″:https://zend.webex.com/zend/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=574633627**
PHP Under Control is a Continuous Integration system that hooks in with PHPUnit and SVN. In this first part PHP expert Jesse Lesperance will discuss its features and advantages of Continuous Integration.
p. **Aug 27th, 9am PST**
**”Continuous Integration with PHPUnderControl Part 2″:https://zend.webex.com/zend/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=575757554**
PHP Under Control is a Continuous Integration system that hooks in with PHPUnit and SVN. In this part PHP expert Jesse Lesperance will be creating Unit Tests with Studio for Eclipse and then running them in PHPUnderControl.
p. **Sep. 3rd, 9am PST**
**”Zend Framework and Dojo Integration”:https://zend.webex.com/zend/onstage/g.php?t=a&d=572843054**
This past spring, the Zend Framework team announced a partnership with Dojo toolkit to provide out-of-the-box support for Rich Internet Applications.
p. The 1.6.0 release of Zend Framework provides the first steps in this partnership: Zend Framework now ships the Dojo Toolkit distribution, and provides several components for utilizing Dojo’s widget layer, Dijit; a JSON-RPC server implementation; support for creating dojo.data envelopes for XmlHttpRequest payloads; and a view helper for setting up the Dojo environment for your application.
p. In this webinar, Matthew Weier O’Phinney will explore some of this functionality to demonstrate how you can use Zend Framework and Dojo to create beautiful user interfaces with native remoting capabilities.
p. You can also see Matthew live at “ZendCon”:http://zendcon.com this year. If you think he’s good on a Webinar, you need to see him in person!
p. **”WebinarsAtZend”:http://twitter.com/webinarsatzend is on Twitter!**
Do you tweet? We do too! Follow us on twitter to have these announcements follow you around like lost puppies.
p. When you attend your first “Zend Webinar”:http://www.zend.com/en/company/events/ , make sure you tell Nili thank you, just because it’s free doesn’t mean it was easy to setup.