We have talented critter spotters to guide you to lots of dive sites surrounding Boracay, including beautiful coral reefs, sheer walls and interesting wrecks, there is something to entertain and excite every diver. Most dive sites are between 5 and 30 minutes away, making the diving here convenient as well! We have dive trips every day of the week and 365 days a year. Weather permitting of course!While our daily dive sites vary, we usually do one tank dives that depart at 9:00 am, 11:30 am and 14:30 am. After each dive we return to the dive centre and you can join for the next one.Night dives start just after sunset.• Own gear means everything except tank and weights. If requiring any other scuba set items please choose a rental package.350 PHP: Dive Computer Rental (per DIVE)550 PHP: Dive Computer Rental (per DAY)3100 PHP: Dive Computer Rental (per WEEK)1500 PHP: Underwater Camera Rental plus memory stick (additional per dive)
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The effects of the 2009 Pacific typhoon season in the Philippines were considered some of the worst in decades. Throughout the year, series of typhoons impacted the country, with the worst damage occurring during September and October from Typhoons Ketsana and Parma.Tropical Depression Auring, the first system to form in the western Pacific during 2009, produced heavy rainfall and flooding on Mindanao in early January, forcing 38,764 people to evacuate to shelters from their homes. The flooding destroyed 294 houses, killed two people, and left nine others missing. About 12,211 people were left stranded at ports due to dangerous conditions caused by the depression. An additional 14 trucks, 44 light cars, 75 passenger buses, 27 vessels and 295 rolling cargoes were also stranded. A total of 305 homes were destroyed and another 610 were damaged. In addition, an estimated 53 hectares of rice and 3.5 hectares of corn were damaged. About 43,851 people were affected by the depression and damages from the depression were estimated at PHP 23 million .
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. XITEX Software is a Ukrainian software and games development company based in Donetsk. The company is providing custom games and software development services with the usage of Java EE, .NET, PHP, Flash and other technologies. XITEX Software was established in 1999 in Donetsk, one of the biggest industrial cities in Ukraine. Being a start-up the company started its activity with providing web development offshore outsourcing services. The beginning of year 2002 was the start of company''s specialization. XITEX Software realizes th enecessity of having its own products. The wide Web development experience lead to development of a content management system (CMS) Xitex WebContent M1, which was successfully marketed in Ukrainian market.
Zak Greant is an evangelist, strategist, author, and speaker active in Free Software and Open Source communities. He is based in Vancouver, Canada. Greant spends much of each year traveling to speak at user groups and conferences. After dropping out of high school and then cooking school, he learned PHP working on a site for a family business. This led to an obsession with Free and Open Source Software and the communities that surround them.Zak has been an active participant in many Free Software and Open Source communities, including PHP, MySQL, Mozilla, the Free Software Foundation and the Open Source Initiative.
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2010 in the subject Computer Science - Miscellaneous, grade: B, Kampala International University - Dar-es-salaam College (faculty of computer studies), course: information technology, language: English, abstract: For many years students have been applying to colleges manually. The manual Application system has made the process difficult, leading to some of the students giving up and others applying late. The ineffectiveness of the manual Application system pushed the researchers to conduct this study so as to identify the weaknesses of manual students' Application system, identify possible solutions to the identified weaknesses. The study was carried out in Tanzania, and data was collected from four regions of Tanzania namely Dar es Salaam, Morogoro, Dodoma and Iringa. During data collection, several college students, secondary school students, registrars and parents were interviewed. It was found out that, the manual system wastes a lot of time especially when students are many. Other weaknesses included; lack of consistence, difficult in data retrieval among others. And an online Application system was seen as the only solution to the perceived problem. PHP and MySQL were used to develop an online Application system. The system can be accessed via the web by simply typing the address of the system server in the web browser. The major limitation of the study is that most villages have no access to the internet besides most people not being computer literate. Therefore the researcher recommends that computer lessons be made compulsory right from primary level by the government and those who cannot get access to the internet can go ahead and make use of the manual system.
Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject Computer Science - Commercial Information Technology, grade: B (ECTS), Jönköping International Business School (DataEkonomer), course: Web Technology, 66 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: With the middle of the 1990s an army of acronyms started to conquer the world. Any combination of three or four letters seemed to have a high tech meaning; HTTP, FTP, ASP, PHP, SMTP, POP and many more. One was, and still is, virtually everywhere to be found: WWW. After some time, most people realized that they all had something to do with a network of computers spanning the globe, the Internet. But what are they really about and how does the Internet work, anyway? It is the purpose of this paper to shed some light on the meaning of some of these acronyms. It is an introduction to the technologies that can be seen as the technological basis of the Internet and its most prominent application, the Worldwide Web a.k.a. the web or WWW. Priority will be given to technologies that are widely used and are considered to be of importance for the future development of the web. Starting with the protocols that govern information exchange over the internet, namely the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, and the Post Office Protocol, this paper will continue by giving a short introduction to current additions to HTML, 'the web's language'. A description of basic HTML is left out deliberately, as very profound and complete literature on this subject is already available in great numbers. A section on ways to dynamically create web pages will be ultimately followed by an introduction to internet security issues and available technologies for data protection, namely SSL, HTTPS, S-HTTP, and IPsec.
All the secrets, from A to Z, to create dynamic web sites and achieve great results. No need to be an expert! Full of easy to use examples and screen shots. XOOPS, the acronym of eXtendible Object Oriented Portal System, is one of the most powerful and complete Content Management System (CMS) in circulation. Thanks to its extremely easy to use tools, versatility, extendability, power and international community, XOOPS is likely to be the CMS benchmark of the future. About the author Stefano Silvestrini, a final-year undergraduate in Computer Science Engineering, is a Php/Java programmer and dynamic web sites producer (CMS). He is member (as Co-webmaster) of the Italian XOOPS Project Staff (xoopsitalia.org). He developed and he has been managing for years Stefano Spadoni's Network International Web Site (Stefano Spadoni is a famous Italian journalist, PR and career advisor) of Manhattan (NY, USA).
Dreamweaver is Macromedia's best-selling web design/development environment, which has in excess of 3 million users worldwide. The new version of it is available later on this year. In this book we look specifically at using Dreamweaver's built-in server behaviors to build dynamic web sites using PHP and MySQL, the world's most popular open source server-side language and database server combination, which are both reliable, powerful, and open source (and therefore free to use.) The new version of Dreamweaver includes even more powerful support for PHP and MySQL. David Powers first takes you through the new version of Dreamweaver, and how PHP and MySQL fit into it, then looks in-depth at setting up your work environment - installing PHP, MySQL, and the Apache web server, making sure they are all working together, and setting up a new web site via Dreamweaver. He then goes to work, using several tutorials and real world examples including topics such as PHP essentials (knowing what PHP code looks like,) working with forms, designing and implementing effective MySQL databases, debugging and troubleshooting, creating dynamic navigation, login, and search functionality Examples built throughout the book include a content management system, and an online image gallery. All examples are designed to meet modern usability requirements and be web standards compliant. No previous experience of PHP or MySQL is necessary to use this book. TOC:Dreamweaver and dynamic sites.- Getting the work environment ready.- A first taste of PHP.- Working with forms.- Adding the power of a database.- Building a random quote generator.- Working with multiple tables.- Restricting access to your site.- Making your site searchable.- Creating an online image gallery.- App A Dealing with error messages and troubleshooting.- App B Using languages other than English in MySQL.- App C Essential MySQL maintenance.