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TMCNet:  Koenig Coures for PHP & MySQL

[December 31, 2013]

Koenig Coures for PHP & MySQL

(ENP Newswire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) ENP Newswire - 31 December 2013 Release date- 30122013 - Koenig Coures for PHP & MySQL The PHP scripting language and MySQL database together provide a powerful open platform, for creating database-driven websites.

PHP is one of the most popular server side programming language with huge names such as Wikipedia, Yahoo, Flickr, Vimeo built on it. With MySQL as a database, users get a remarkably interactive website experience for free.

Koenig Course for PHP & MySQL aims to make aspirants well equipped with these technologies so that they can leverage these skills for building their own projects and applications. Participants will learn to work with forms, cookies, emails, files, and user information to integrate with sites. This course will also teach them to interact with MySQL database to gather, create, update, insert, search and delete tables and records.

This PHP MySQL training is recommended for professionals and students who wish to learn web development and existing developers who want to expand their skill set. It lets professionals create dynamic web pages that readily interact with databases. This is a great benefit if you wish to build web based software applications.

With Koenig, you can put these newly acquired skills to immediate use once you complete our intensive training program with practical exposure.

Koenig offers Koenig Coures for PHP & MySQL in 3 different tracks and at 4 locations in India - Delhi, Dehradun, Shimla (Himalayas) and Goa Beach.

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