Wednesday, March 23, 2011
at the Fox Hollow Inn and Conference Center, Briar Fox room
in Woodbury, Long Island
The Presession starts at 5pm
The Networking and Cocktail hour starts at 6pm
Maximum Computer Systems, Inc.
After learning the basics of HTML, PHP and MySQL you can design and implement basic websites. Presented in this session are some advanced techniques for taking your website to the next level. As time allows, we will cover as many of these topics as possible: HTML Maps; Hyperlinks, Keyword Search, List Filtering Ė populating dropdowns with MySQL queries, File Upload; Image Resizing, Restricted Webpage Access Without Logins, and Blocking Users From Webpages. Topics will start at the basic level, so that PHP/MySQL 'newbies' will be able to follow along.
Charles Kaplan is a Senior Account Executive with Maximum Computer Systems, Inc. and has 35 years of experience in Sales, Sales Management and Application Development with CBS, Inc., IBM Corp., and the Barsa Consulting Group. Charles is a Past President and Treasurer of the Long Island System Users Group (LISUG).
Central Park Data Systems
Starting with Version 7.6, IBM now fully supports the graphical screen and report designers of RDP. Come hear and see for yourself how these tools are used, and how quickly a new screen or report can be created, from start to finish. You may never want to use the green screen versions again.
With an IT career spanning over 25 years, Charles Guarino has been an enterprise application consultant for most of them. Since 1995 he has been founder and President of Central Park Data Systems, Inc., a Long Island based IBM midrange consulting company. He has published numerous technical and strategic articles for the IT community and speaks each year at conferences and user groups across the country. He was inducted into COMMONís Speaker Excellence Hall of Fame in 2008 and also selected as one of LISTnet's Long Islandís Twenty Top Techies for 2009. Charles is currently a COMMON Application Development Subject Matter Expert and President and monthly Q&A host of LISUG, a Long Island IBM System i Users Group.