GeekAustin 2012 classes: Bash Scripting, SQL/MySQL, Intermediate PHP
Below are the first set of GeekAustin classes for 2012. These are all new classes. This is the first time that they have been offered.
Introduction to Bash Shell Scripting (Begins January 9, 2012)
For those already familiar with the Unix/Linux command line, the bash shell provides a way to automate basic system tasks -- like scheduling backups, etc.
A basic knowledge of the Linux command line is required for this class, but no prior background in programming is assumed.
Intermediate PHP Programming (Begins January 12, 2012)
Taught by Josh Butts. This is a followup to the GeekAustin beginning PHP class. Basic requirements for this class are listed on the EventBrite page:
Introduction to SQL using MySQL (February 6, 2012)
Taught by Mark Lehmann and Boyd Hemphill
No knowledge of either SQL or MySQL is required for this class. By the end of this class, attendees should be able to handle all common SQL tasks.
We are currently working on the curricula for additional classes. If there is something that you would like to see, send us a note at email@example.com