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Zend Developer Zone:
Join the Founding Members of PHPWomen.Org in a Live PHP Abstract Podcast
November 29, 2007 @ 12:02:00

The Zend Developer Zone is hosting a special event involving the PHP Women's user group - a live podcast as a part of the PHP Abstract series happening December 4th.

PHPWomen.org recently celebrated it's first birthday. To honor the occasion, four of it's prominent members, Ligaya Turmelle, Elizabeth Naramore, Elizabeth Smith and Sara Golemon have agreed to sit down with me on the phone and talk about PHPWomen.org, it's goals, how well they feel they are achieving them, and why the #phpwomen chat room has nice wallpaper and a couch in it.

Since it is live, listeners are invited to participate too through two methods - via IRC on the Freenode network and on a toll-free number to call in. And, as Cal puts it: "if you ask a good question and they answer it on the podcast, I'll send you one of the new elePHPants!"

You can get full details on the podcast from this post on the Zend Developer Zone's site.

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