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Keynote Speakers for ZendCon 2006 Announced
September 06, 2006 @ 12:56:20

Zend has announced today the keynote speakers for their upcoming PHP Conference and Expo happening in San Jose at the end of October.

Zend Technologies, Inc., the PHP company, today announced that Chris Anderson, author of "The Long Tail" and editor-in-chief of Wired magazine, will keynote the second annual Zend/PHP Conference and Expo October 30-November 2, 2006. He will discuss how the theories in his groundbreaking article (and now book) apply to software development and to the growth of PHP in particular.

Also keynoting at this year's event is Robert "r0ml" Lefkowitz, software architect, systems designer and open source strategist. At the conference, r0ml will analyze the evolution of our use of human languages as a source of inspiration for our use of programming languages. Matthew Rechs, CTO of the interactive agency Schematic, is also scheduled to address the conference. As part of his keynote, Rechs will discuss the mobile digital content store of Amp'd Mobile, a case study of one of the largest and most successful PHP deployments in private enterprise.

You can get more information about the conference, including the speaker list from the official conference site. And, while you're there, register to save your spot for this great PHP event!

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