Both a primer and a reference, this book is a must-have for anyone who wants to program in PHP.
By Mike Pavlak
After developing Web solutions for the iSeries in Net.Data and then getting a sour taste from Java, I wanted something better. PHP was certainly the right choice, but making it run on an iSeries at the time was no small feat. Then Zend came to the table, and the rest, as they say, is history. There is no way any of us on the ground floor of this amazing union could have anticipated this level of excitement and interest. We continue to see huge numbers being drawn to PHP on IBM i as well as Linux, UNIX, and Windows. And this book comes at just the right time; it's both a primer and a reference.
Is your BI solution hard to install and difficult to use?
By Floyd Del Muro
Is your data out-of-date and your report backlog still a backlog? Is your BI technical department larger than two people, and do they spend most of their time redefining your data to make the solution work? Does your technical team spend hours upon hours installing program fixes? Does your solution work with only one database, and is it too complicated to allow end users to write their own inquiries? Do you have to pay more any time you want to do more? Is your BI solution meeting your needs?