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ConFoo Call for Papers Reminder (Ends Nov. 26th)
November 12, 2010 @ 08:52:57

The deadline on the Call for Papers for this year's ConFoo is getting closer - November 26th - so be sure to get those submissions in!

PHP Quebec and friends are pleased to announce the 2011 edition of the ConFoo.ca Conference. The Conference will take place in Montreal, Canada between March 9th and 11th. We are looking for speakers willing to share their expertise with PHP professionals and managers.

The Conference features technical one hour talks dedicated to many aspects of Web development such as mobile apps, security, databases, cloud, web standards, accessibility, project management, agile methods, CMS & Frameworks, startups and of course, PHP.

Organizers will prioritize new and original topics in English or French. Please submit your papers before November 26th. For more information, visit the website: http://confoo.ca/en/call-for-papers

You can submit your ideas here and there's no limit to the number you can suggest (maybe even across multiple tracks!) Remember, get those submissions in before Friday, November 26th - that's only two weeks away!

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