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Open Technology Group, Inc. announces plPHP training

Posted on July 10, 2006

MORRISVILLE, NC - June 9, 2006 - Open Technology Group, Inc. announces plPHP training

The Open Technology Group (OTG), a leader in the development and delivery of training solutions centered about Open Source technologies, announced today that it has updated its "" course to include the plPHP procedural language within PostgreSQL. "Once again we've taken feedback from our customers, and created the courseware and courses that they need to succeed in their market segment", said Chander Ganesan, President "in the coming months, we plan to also add this course to our list of open enrollment public courses". Currently, OTG offers this segment of courseware to its customers for customized on-site delivery.

ABOUT plPHP

plPHP stands for Procedural Language PHP. The language has the PHP engine at its core and provides PHP scripting support for procedures and functions in PostgreSQL. Written by Command Prompt, Inc. plPHP is Open Source and licensed under the PHP license and the PostgreSQL (BSD) License.

ABOUT OPEN TECHNOLOGY GROUP, INC.

Founded in 2004 and headquartered in Morrisville, NC, the Open Technology Group, Inc. (OTG) has established itself as the leading provider of training solutions centered about Open Source software and solutions. With its comprehensive library of in-house developed intellectual property, OTG is able to deliver comprehensive, customized, and structured training covering a wide range of software solutions. The Open Technology Group offers affordable customized on-site technology training throughout the world, as well as public-enrollment courses in both Morrisville, NC and Santa Clara, CA. For more information, and a complete course catalog, visit us online at http://www.otg-nc.com, or contact us at 877-258-8987 .

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