As you know (or perhaps you don’t know because you didn’t read my previous posts), I’m taking this PHP and MySQL course in KLCC. Yea I know some of you are like “What? PHP? You can learn that yourself la” but hey, its free (sponsored by MDeC and Petronas eLearning) and they’ll even pay for the Zend Cert (which costs something like 120USD). Its everyday from Monday-Friday, 8am to 4pm.
Anyway, for my other non-technical friends, PHP is (this is my simple explaination) a programming language used for the web. Basically any site that has a database (eg, some form of login) uses PHP. Its like giving instructions.
So there i was, sleepy in the morning (people who are close to me know that I’m not a morning person) and the guy was teaching about it.
“Kongkek this one,” he said and my eyes instantly became bigger. I was thinking, What?!?! then he mentioned it again and again and again. I looked around me and no one seem to have noticed anything odd.
Then I glanced over and saw that the gal next to me was writing her notes and typed it as CONCATE. And I was like “Oooooooo.” When you want to give two instructions together, you hv to concate it, meaning combine it together.
Can’t blame me for mis-hearing it right? :P