Software Engineering in PHP
This course covers today's newest PHP7 capabilities and provides its participants with a detailed preparation for taking Zend's exam for becoming a PHP Certified Engineer. The course includes 140 academic hours delivered in 28 meetings that take place in HIT.
The course starts with a detailed coverage for the core topics in PHP and continues with detailed coverage for various libraries and frameworks. During the course the students develop an on-going project through which they learn the MVC architecture. You can find the detailed plan at http://tinyurl.com/lifemichaelphp. The prerequisites for registering this course include background in software development. Candidates without this background can still join if they pass a compatibility exam.
The entire course is captured on video in order to allow the students to effectively go over the material in between the meetings as well as after course ends. The course is delivered live online, which allows the students to avoid coming to class and attend it online.
The training material (slides, assignments etc.) was developed in English. Therefore, candidates are required to have the capability of reading texts in English. The course itself (explanations in class) is delivered in Hebrew.
The course is delivered by Haim Michael. Feedbacks for Haim's training delivery can be found at http://www.lifemichael.com/reviews. Information about Haim's speaking experience in conferences worldwide can be found at lanyrd.com/profile/lifemichael.
In order to register the course please contact HIT at 972+3+5026794. Those who successfully graduate the course receive HIT's diploma.
Language Day Starting Date Hours Location
Hebrew Sundays 14/11/2010 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Fridays 4/3/2011 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Tuesdays 14/6/2011 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Fridays 30/12/2011 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Mondays 11/6/2012 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Tuesdays 11/12/2012 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Tuesdays 7/11/2013 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Tuesdays 8/7/2014 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Thursdays 30/4/2015 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Wednesdays 30/11/2016 1800-2200 GMT+1 HIT
Hebrew Fridays 27/10/2017 0800-1200 GMT+1 HIT - Registration is Open!