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PHP Abstract Podcast Episode 29 PHP Women Podcast (Recorded Live)
December 14, 2007 @ 09:36:00

For all of you out there that didn't get a chance to listen in on the live PHP Women podcast that the Zend Developer Zone put on, you can grab this latest podcast from the site and get in on all the good stuff.

Regular listeners are probably getting tired of hearing me say this, but today we are going to do something a little different. Back in October of 2007, PHPWomen passed their first birthday. It's taken me a while to get everything together but finally, I got a chance to sit down with four of the charter members, Ligaya Turmelle, Elizabeth Naramore, Elizabeth Smith and Sara Golemon and talk about the first year of phpwomen.

As usual, you have three options to get your own copy to listen to - add the feed to your favorite aggregator, listen directly on the page or just download the mp3. Check out the PHP Abstract homepage for links to even more great shows (29 episodes strong!)

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