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Bradley Holt's Blog:
PHP Users Group Survey
August 16, 2010 @ 12:09:10

In this new post Bradley Holt shares some of the results he found in questioning his local user group about why they would get involved with the user group.

This was certainly not a scientific survey and there were only 16 responses, but it still offers some insight that can be useful in planning user group activities. Here are the top reasons...

The reasons included things like "learning from peers", "meet the experts" and "finding job opportunities". He graphed the results showing that learning from peers and networking came out on top.

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