After starting out in fine art and moving into graphic design, Alena found her passion for programming over 15 years ago and has never looked back. Alena enjoys community and is excited to introduce people to the wonderful world of PHP and the Portland Tech Community.
When not at her computer, Alena enjoys exploring Portland with her friends and family, including her 3 young children. She also enjoys the Symphony, Cooking, Books, Yarn and Yoga.View all Alena’s courses
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Do you want users to be able to interact with your site? Do you want users who are active participants in the content you provide? That interaction could be purchasing products or adding products to sell, leaving comments or providing blog posts. No matter which type of interaction your site provides to users, you'll need a way to authenticate those users. In this course we'll lay the foundation for keep your data safe and secure while building a platform for active participation.
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For all us imperfect programmers, I have some great news. There are tools that can help you keep those mistakes from breaking your application. They can also help you find and fix bugs faster, while at the same time, preventing those bugs from ever coming back. Many of these tools revolve around testing.
If you are going to start doing web development you will be thankful that you did a year from today. Raymund Sinlao