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Keith Casey's Blog:
php|tek 2009 Unconference
May 04, 2009 @ 11:14:31

If you're going to be attending this year's php|tek (in Chicago) Keith Casey has a suggestion for something else you don't want to miss while you're there - the Unconference happening "after hours" every day of the main conference (save the tutorial day).

Well, we're just about two weeks from php|tek 2009. While many of the presenters are touching up their slides, brushing up their talks, and thinking of the pizza that's yet to come... I have a different question for you: What are you doing? As of today, I'm officially collecting ideas for the php|tek unconference. As I get ideas (I already have quite a few), I'll post them on [...] Joind.in under the php|tek Unconference event. Then all you have to do is register on the site, vote for the session, and feel free to leave feedback.

He's looking for a few good talks or even suggestions for talks you might like to hear about. If you have an idea, let Keith know either via email (at keith [at] blueparabola.com) or on Twitter. He'll add them to the Joind.in page for the event for comment, suggestions and votes on which you, the adoring public, might want to hear.

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