Top 10 MySQL Tips and Mistakes for PHP Developers (Webinar)

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

MySQL and PHP are two key components in the open-source LAMP stack, and are widely used by web developers. One day you launched a website, and it gradually gained traction and now serves hundreds times more traffic than day one. As a PHP developer, have you ever looked back and adjusted the MySQL configurations accordingly to meet the most current website load? Have you ever wondered if there are secret tips you might have missed or common mistakes that you could have avoided but never thought of? If you answered yes to either question, this presentation is for you!

In this live webinar, PHP & MySQL experts Ulf Wendel and Johannes Schlüter will share the top 10 tips and mistakes for PHP developers. After a quick overview of lesser known but cool client and server features and plugins, and a recap of the benefits of the relational database model, we quickly jump to the hot irons, including:
• SQL injection
• Security and access control
• Monitoring for indexing and tuning
• The choice of adequate data types
• Character sets and how the your web application speaks UTF8 correctly
• Types of connections and their performance properties
• Planning for tomorrow

Beginners will get many hints how to circumvent common issues. Advanced users profit from the review of fundamental building blocks combined with the presentation of the latest driver features and how they fit into the the big picture of MySQL. Don’t miss the opportunity to ask all your PHP and MySQL questions and get answers directly from the domain experts!

• Ulf Wendel, MySQL and PHP Expert
• Johannes Schlüter, MySQL and PHP Expert

WHAT: Top 10 MySQL Tips and Mistakes for PHP Developers web presentation.
WHEN: Tuesday, September 25, 2012: 10:00 Central European time

Tue, Sep 25: 08:00 UTC
Tue, Sep 25: 09:00 Western European time
Tue, Sep 25: 11:00 Eastern European time

The presentation will be approximately 60 minutes long followed by Q&A.

WHERE: Simply access the web seminar from the comfort of your own office.

Click here to register