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PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators

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PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators. Learn how to use PHP for powerful shell scripting, and web based reporting.

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The name of this course is PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators. The knowledge you will get with this indescribable online course is astonishing. Learn how to use PHP for powerful shell scripting, and web based reporting..
Not only will you be able to deeply internalize the concepts, but also their application in different fields won’t ever be a problem. The instructor is Sam Gill, one of the very best experts in this field.

Description of this course: PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators

Course Description Hello, and thank you for you interest in this course. I have been programming PHP since 2000. I have also been a Linux/Unix Administrator since 2000. I have worked with PHP in Shell script applications and Web-Based applications since 2000 as well. I have written many tools, and managed over 600 servers, and built Linux environments from 2 servers to over 200, in less than 2 years. I have a lot of industry experience, and now I want to share this knowledge with you, so that it can help your career. In my early days, I was in-between C and Java, and I choose C, and even C over C++, because I was more interested in the systems language that Linux was written in. I grew found of PHP mostly due to its C-like syntax. In fact it is like C, but much easier to pick up. There are no type declarations, or linking, or compiling. It is very easy to go from C to PHP, since most of the functions and operators work the same. However PHP is even better, since you can write it inline with Web-Based HTML. It makes sys admin work, and web-based reports, only needing to know one language to do both jobs. With the helper functions that I show you in the course, you will learn how easy it is to turn command line tools, into objects PHP can easily harness. With this you will be able to write scripts fast and quick. My largest installation of PHP grown scripts, was at a company, where I scripted so much through PHP, that it would have taken 3 full-time people to replace what I had written. Never fear running out of work, I was always busy at that job, and I never ran out of work, that is why I had scripted so much, just to get ahead and stay afloat. PHP is a powerful language. You can hardness data, and send it right into a database, in fact PHP libraries work with just about every database on the market, making it great glue code to import and export between different platforms. Enroll now, and let’s get started putting PHP to work for you, and letting it enhance and move your career forward.

Requirements of this course: PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators

What are the requirements? Have access to a terminal or command line prompt. Prior shell scripting is helpful, or knowledge of the command line is helpful.

What will you learn in this course: PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators?

What am I going to get from this course? Learn PHP Shell Scripting Learn by Example Learn by Examining Code Learn by Auténtico-Use case Learn to write PHP Shell Scripts, and Web-based tools.

Target audience of this course: PHP Shell Scripting for Linux/Unix Administrators

Who is the target audience? Unix/Linux Administrators wanting more powerful scripts than Bash/Korn PHP Coders looking to automate tasks in Unix/Linux If you have written PHP code, I will show you how to modify it for the command line. This is not a web development course.

Información adicional

Instructor

Sam Gill

Lectures

41

Length

2

Skill Level

All Levels

Languages

English

Includes

Lifetime access <br/> 30 day money back guarantee! <br/> Available on iOS and Android <br/> Certificate of Completion

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