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Call for Papers for php|tek Conference
December 02, 2008 @ 00:00:00

With a reminder from php|architect today, they've posted their Call for Papers for the upcoming php|tek conference.

php|tek aims to be the conference of reference for PHP enthusiasts and professionals. As such, it features technical talks on topics that range from programming paradigms to internals development, all aimed at an audience comprised of beginners and professionals alike.

This year's theme is "$build->deploy->scale();"'"a nod to PHP's growing role in the rapid development of Internet applications of all sizes, from small to massive, covering a wide array of PHP-related topics. Regardless of the subject, we are partial to talks that tackle a specific issue in a thorough way, with a very pragmatic slant. Remember, attendees will come to the conference with the intent of learning something that they can take home and use in their daily lives'"they are not necessarily interested in why things work, but they are definitely interested in how they work.

Speakers get free access to the conference, some travel assistance (not completely paid for), and compensation for each of the talks given. Instead of havaing specific tracks of talks, they're opting for a "tag-based" approach, applying as many tags that fit to the talk.

To submit your talk ideas, send them off to proposals@phparch.com and include the usual contact info as well as a title, synopsis, audience level, talk type, and topics included in the presentation.

Remember, the deadline is December 21, 2005 - so get those proposals in today!

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