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IPC Spring Edition 2010 Call for Papers
November 18, 2009 @ 13:20:58

As the Zend Developer Zone mentions, the Call for Papers for 2010's International PHP Conference (Spring Edition) has officially opened.

Right now, we are preparing for the next round already! From May 31st. to June 2nd. 2010 the next Spring Edition will open it's gates. All speakers, PHP professionals, web developers and rockstars are welcome to add their proposal to our upcoming conference. Now that PHP has proven it's strengths in being an efficient, maintainable and highly scalable language which is driving a majority of todays web applications, the Spring Edition of International PHP Conference will once again provide developers, web designers and IT professionals with detailed know how on how to make use of the leading web technology for business critical applications.

To submit your proposal for the conference (being held in May/June 2010) head over to their submission form and get your idea in before the December 21st, 2009 deadline. Submissions for keynote, sessions and workshops are being accepted.

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