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You've read the books and attended the conferences, and yet you still struggle. Stop struggling and truly master object oriented programming, hands on.

Books. Videos. User groups. Conferences. They just don't grab you, teach you, and make your code better. Will you ever grasp object oriented programming?

Meanwhile, you see other people who are object oriented masters. They're getting great jobs, doing cool things. You know it's possible!

Yet there you are, looking at object oriented code and wanting to do something - anything else. You'd rather clean toilets. Go to the dentist. Sit in a meeting with pointy-haired bosses talking about "synergy". Object oriented code is your nemesis. You hate it.

Why can't this be easier for you? It's certainly not for lack of trying. If only there was a way to get some hands-on experience. To grasp object oriented PHP with both hands. To finally look at object oriented code and feel in control. To know that you have the skills you need not just for this job but for any job.

Imagine if you were an object oriented master...

What if you could look at a class and understand it instantly? What would it be like if people came to you for help with their object oriented programming? What if you had the respect of your colleagues and employer and were seen as an object oriented expert? You can master object oriented programming with the Object Oriented PHP Masterclass.

Learn how to understand classes and APIs. Stop sweating and start loving object oriented PHP. Find out why object oriented PHP is something you can love. Get real, hands-on experience that will help you every day in your career.

In short, this masterclass will forever end your struggles with object oriented PHP.

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A great investment in your career

Having the skills to hold your own in object oriented environments can be the difference between an offer and a rejection. Wouldn't you like to be able to walk into an interview confident that you know what you need to succeed?

Everything in the Object Oriented PHP Masterclass is designed to help you succeed.

When I learned object oriented PHP, I was able to command a $12,000 salary bump in my next job.

A fabulous way to master object oriented PHP

What format is this class?

This class is designed to be asynchronous to allow for you to participate, no matter where you are in the world. I don't believe you should live near me or even in my timezone to get the benefit of learning object oriented PHP. This class is conducted entirely online.

What will you receive?

This class is jam packed with great stuff that will help you master object oriented PHP. Here's a short list of what you'll receive:

This class will be action packed with awesome information.

What do past students have to say?

Past students of the class have raved about how it's impacted their careers and their understanding of object-oriented development. Here's what some of them have had to say:

"I was skeptical but ended up registering at the last minute and it's the best career decision I've made in years. Brandon does an amazing job explaining concepts in a way that is easy to understand and able to be put to use immediately. He is very accessible and I was able to ask many of the OOP questions that have been floating around in my head for years. I learned more in the first [hour] than I expected to learn from the whole course. Brandon definitely delivers!" ~ Mike Hughes

"Brandon is an awesome presenter - both in person and remote. The live coding demonstrations are so amazingly helpful - and these are not just 'watch me' sessions. There is a lot of real-time discussion with the class throughout the sessions." ~ Kris Jones

"Definitely money well spent!" ~ Marc Hampson

"...thank you for the class and all the extra effort you have put into making sure everyone could get the maximum out of the class. I will be recommending your class to my colleagues and I will definitely keep an eye on any other learning projects you work on!" ~ David Alverez

Don't miss out!

To keep the quality of the class high, I'm closing the doors at just 20 students.

The entire class is priced less than most PHP conferences including OSCON, php[tek], ConFoo and the Dutch PHP Conference - just $899.

Just $699 for early bird registration. Registrations are on a first-come, first-served basis, and require an application. The first section sold out, and I expect the next class to sell out too.

$699 is a small price compared to what you could spend that money on, and how effective those things would be at changing your career:

Two nights in a Chicago hotel for a conference that doesn't include any training? That doesn't even include flights, meals, conference registration or ground transportation.

Theater tickets and a night on the town for you and someone else? Fun for sure, but all you'll have afterwards is memories, not a career-changing experience.

This class may not be cheap, but it will help YOU change your career. What would you do with an extra $12,000 in your salary?

Be the first to hear about the next Masterclass!!

Enter your information below to be the first to hear about The Object Oriented PHP Masterclass. You'll also receive a free guide to developing SOLID applications, plus regular tips on developing awesome software!

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If you have any questions about the class, please feel free to get in touch! Simply send me an email.

About The Instructor

Brandon Savage is an active blogger and a member of the PHP community. He has been active in software development since 2003, employed professionally in software development since 2007. Brandon has worked for Mozilla, the makers of Firefox, and has extensive experience with object oriented development.

Brandon has spoken around the world on topics of PHP development, and has been blogging since 2008. You can read more about him at his blog,