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Washington, DC PHP Conference Announced (and Call for Papers)
April 12, 2006 @ 06:48:32

A new PHP conference has been announed for those in and around the Washington, DC area - the 2006 DC PHP Conference happening October 18-20th. It's overarching theme will be "PHP In The Federal Enterprise and the World".

Come experience the first annual PHP Conference in the greater D.C. Metropolitan Area! PHP is a robust programming language with endless practical applications for government agencies, IT companies, and non-profit organizations.

PHP was recently awarded "Programming Language Of 2004" by TIOBE Software, a respected coding standards company, and is quickly gaining ground for producing server-side applications, providing dynamic web content and a broad range of robust and scalable software applications. Come learn what PHP has to offer at the 2006 DC PHP Conference!

The conference also has their Call for Papers open through the 7th of July. The session tracks your presentation would need to fit into are:

  • Integrating PHP with the Federal Operations and the Enterprise
  • Security & Accountability
  • The Art of PHP
  • The Business Case For PHP

The sessions need to be about 45-50 minutes with a Q&A to follow, and one speaker per track will be chosen to recieve compensation for air and hotel during the stay. To submit you paper online, head on over to their submission form now!

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