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Web and PHP Conference:
Let the battle begin! (Vote for what you want to see)
July 05, 2013 @ 10:40:16

The Web and PHP Conference has officially started their voting process for the sessions in their upcoming conference:

Without further ado, ladies and gentlemen... let the battle commence! For this year's Web & PHP Conference in San Jose, Sep 16-18, we want YOU to get involved and have your say in the program. We've reserved six places in the schedule to be picked by the community, decided by an online vote. Each week, we'll be putting up a group of four abstracts and asking you to vote on your favourite.

This is the first week and they pit four sessions/speakers against each other:

  • Using Zend Framework components to write WordPress plugins - Brad Griffith
  • Ten Things You Can Do To Make Your MySQL Databases Happier and Healthier - Dave Stokes
  • Getting Good with the AWS SDK for PHP - Jeremy Lindblom
  • From 'Mission Impossible' to 'Mission accomplished' - Yann Larrivee

You can cast your vote here. The current round will end on July 10 at 11pm PDT.

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