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Michael Nitschinger's Blog:
Announcing the Vienna PHP User Group
July 09, 2012 @ 10:54:39

Michael Nitschinger has written up a new post to his blog talking about the formation of a new PHP user group in the Vienna, Austria area - ViennaPHP:

My goal is to create a friendly, welcoming and informative user group that allows beginners and experts alike to share their experiences, opinions and knowledge. I have always met great people when I worked with the open-source community and I think lots of people around here would benefit from it too. So, what next? The first thing we need to do is identify a bunch of developers (including you) that is willing to help me bootstrap the user group. I think the best way to do this is to first gather online and then meet for a beer or two and discuss what we can do next.

There's no formal meetings set - he's just trying to gauge interest and possibly find a few others to help him kickstart and manage the group (as well as find a location). If you're interested in the group, you can follow its account on Twitter or hit up Michael directly and let him know you're interested.

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