How to Build a Professional Database-Driven Website | January 20, 2005

If you didn’t catch the side bar link a few months ago, Ryan Carson of BD4D has put together an excellent one day workshop entitled How to Build a Professional Database-Driven Website. The workshop will be given by Mike Buzzard (K10K, Cuban Council, Newstoday) and Chris Lea (Newstoday, Media Temple) and is shaping up the be the UK’s answer to The Building of Basecamp.

A one-day practical workshop that will give you everything you need to build a powerful enterprise-level, database-driven website - focusing on PHP, Apache and MySQL. Find out how to plan the project, design the database, structure the code, develop and test the site, deploy it effectively, promote it professionally and maintain it efficiently.

If you’re a UK based web developer, this workshop is definitely worth checking out.

Posted at January 20, 2005 8:57 AM

Comments

Tomas Jogin said on January 20, 2005 11:08 AM

Step one: Use Ruby On Rails, not PHP.

David Horn said on January 20, 2005 11:21 AM

[sigh …] Will anything like this ever come to Ireland?! Looks great.

Justin Perkins said on January 20, 2005 4:45 PM

It sure would be nice to see this presentation in slide show format or something. You know, for those that don’t happen to live in the UK. I’m especially interested in this part…
deploy it effectively, promote it professionally and maintain it efficiently.

Ryan said on January 20, 2005 11:48 PM

Hi guys and gals.

We’re really excited about the workshop. It’s going to be a tremendously valuable day for LAMP based developers.

If you can’t make it and are interested in buying the notes and Web Developer’s Survival Kit, just give me a shout at ryan@carsonsystems.com

Hope to see ya’ll there.