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International PHP Conference 2006 Call for Papers
April 12, 2006 @ 07:15:48

The International PHP Conference has issued their Call for Papers today with a deadline of April 30th, 2006.

Software & Support Media is proud to announce that the 6th annual International PHP Conference 2006 will be held again in Frankfurt November 5-8, 2006.

The two main conference days offer a wide range of beginner, intermediate and advanced sessions. International PHP Conference attendees will have more than 50 sessions to choose from, to gain real-world insight and to learn first-hand the latest developments for PHP. Come share your knowledge, hit upon new ideas, find solutions and connect with your peers at this educational, fun-filled gathering of users, developers, and vendors.

The conference will last from November 5th through the 8th at the NH Hotel there in Frankfurt, and will include tons of talks and times to socialize with other PHP developers. Some of the topics being covered this year include "PHP & Business", "PHP Design", "PHP & XML", and "PHP Enterprise/Integration". To submit your proposal, head to their submission form and enter your idea today! Hurry - the deadline is less than twenty days!

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