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International PHP Conference 2006 Call for Papers
November 23, 2005 @ 06:36:29

The crew behind the International PHP Conference has released the Call for Papers for their 2006 (Spring Edition) conference in Amsterdam.

Software & Support Verlag (publishers of the International PHP Magazine) is pleased to announce the International PHP Conference 2006 (Spring Edition) in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The Call For Papers (CFP) is currently open, and you are encouraged to submit your proposals for various sessions at the conference. We are seeking proposals on indepth, cutting-edge topics that subscribe to the various tracks that we have lined up for the conference.

Some of the tracks for this year include: "General PHP", "PHP & Business/Integration", "PHP Extensions", and "PHP Security". The conference itself will happen April 4th and 5th with a pre-conference day on the 3rd of tutorials. To submit your information/proposal, head on over to their submission page and get your idea in today!

For complete details/specs on what the papers need to be like, check out the list here...

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