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ConFoo.ca Call for Papers Announced
September 29, 2009 @ 13:09:58

The ConFoo.ca conference (the renamed and revamped conference formerly called PHP Quebec) has officially opened its Call for Papers ending November 13th:

Confoo.ca is launching its call for speakers for the 2010 conference. With more than 500 attendees, Confoo.ca is the largest Web development conference in North America. We are looking for the best speakers, willing to share their experiences and their skills with programmers and managers (marketing and decision makers). The 2010 event will feature many novelties in its organization and presentations.

There's two tracks for next year's conference - a technical track for things like programming, development and standards and a "decision making" track covering things like SEO, social networking and marketing analysis. Presentations can be made in English and French and speakers will have some travel and lodging expenses paid for. For more information on the Call for Papers, check out this page on the ConFoo website (or to submit right away, click here to start the process).

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