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Atlanta PHP Celebrates its 100th Meeting!
August 13, 2012 @ 09:50:49

For those PHPers in the Atlanta area, there's one upcoming event that you don't want to miss - the 100th meeting celebration of the Atlanta PHP User Group (September 6th)!

We're proud to announce that we're celebrating our "100th Monthiversary" - our 100th monthly meeting - on Thursday, September 6th from 6pm to 9pm! We're planning a cookout with plenty of social time and will have Kevin Roberts presenting Pecha-Kucha style on the eight and a half year history of our group followed by Elizabeth Naramore as the featured speaker presenting on "Technical Debt". We'll also have a number of special guests from the greater PHP community, including group founder Ben Ramsey, Cal Evans, and others.

There'll be plenty of food, tech talk and giveaways at the event - not to mention Elizabeth Naramore's excellent "Technical Debt" talk. The prizes will include IDE licenses, books, gift cards, and the grand prize - a Nexus 7 tablet! Keep tuned to the Atltanta PHP site for more information as it comes.

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