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Dutch PHP Conference 2008 Announced
February 21, 2008 @ 14:04:55

This year's Dutch PHP Conference has been officially announced:

Ibuildings and Zend Technologies are proud to organize the second Dutch PHP Conference on June 14. Plus a pre-conference tutorial day on June 13. Both programs will be completely in English so the only Dutch thing about it is the location. Keywords for these days: Know-how, Best Practices, Networking, Tips & Tricks

This year's even will be happening somewhere in Amsterdam and "big shot" speakers like Lorna Jane Mitchell, Zeev Suraski, Sebastian Bergmann, Matthew Weier O'Phinney, Fabien Potencier, Marco Tabini, and Ivo Jansch will be presenting. If you register before April 14th, you can get in on the Early Bird Special of 350 Euro for both days, 295 Euro for the Tutorial day or 100 Euro for just the conference.

You can get the full story on this year's even (including the schedule) from the conference's main website.

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Planet PHPUnit
January 28, 2008 @ 08:08:12

Sebastian Bergmann has officially announced the creation of a new planet in the PHP community - one specifically for the PHPUnit testing suite - Planet PHPUnit.

At the moment only three feeds are aggregated on Planet PHPUnit: release announcements, articles about new features in PHPUnit written by myself, and Manuel Pichler's blog postings on phpUnderControl.

He also is requesting that anyone out there currently writing on any topics surrounding the popular unit testing framework send him an email letting him know where it's at.

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WebTech Conference 2007 Announced
May 17, 2007 @ 11:26:00

The announcement for this year's WebTech Conference has been posted today:

4th Internet technologies conference will take place from June 29 till 30 th in the Bulgarian seaside at city of Varna. You can combine sun, sea and technologies.

Main themes are going to be programming languages as PHP, Perl, Python, the .Net technology and many more which you will be able to see in the schedule section. Business aspects of the open source technologies will be also regarded.

You can get more information about the two-day conference from their website - "You can combine sun, sea and technologies and the conference is free of charge".

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PHPLondon Conference 2007 Announced
January 18, 2007 @ 13:21:40

As posted here by Marc Gear and here by Joshua Eichorn, the PHPLondon user group has announced their PHPLondon Conference 2007.

After the success of 2006 the PHP London user group are staging the UK's second dedicated PHP conference on Friday, 23 February 2007.

The conference will be a low-cost event, costing £50 for the day. There is a 230 person limit on the number of delegates we can support, and demand is expected to be high, so make sure you register early. If you'd like to register, check out the conference's main page and enter your information today.

The conference will be happening over at the Keyworth Centre and speakers attending include Cal Evans (of Zend's Developer Zone), Simon Laws (of IBM) and Rasmus Lerdorf (creator of PHP).

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Conference 2006 Full Schedule Announced
September 22, 2006 @ 07:47:28

Over on the Zend/PHP Conference and Expo site, they've formally announced the official schedule of events for the conference, giving times and dates for each of the talks.

  • Day One will see talks on: XML/Web Services, Best Practices, Extending PHP, and Security talk. You'll also be able to take the "Crash Course" before the Zend PHP5 Certification test in a two part series.

  • Day Two is jammed with even more PHP goodness with talks covering: Scalable PHP Applications, eBay Web Services, a PHP case study, a great Panel Discussion, Ajax and Web Services, working with the Zend Framework, and Speeding up PHP with Oracle.

  • Day Three has talks covering: Moving to PHP5, Moving an Enterprise to PHP, PHP/Rich Internet Applications, PDO, and PHP Lifecycle Management.

  • Day Four (finishing things up) is shorter with talks on: Unicoding with PHP6, Consuming Web Services with PHP-GTK2, Testing with PHPUnit, Developing PHP on Windows, and the closing keynote from Robert "r0ml' Lefkowitz

And, of course, any time after the first day, you can take the PHP5 Certification Exam instead of attending one of the sessions.

Haven't signed up yet? You can reserve your spot today and get in on all of the PHP goodness a presented by some of the best speakers around. Unforutnately, the Early Bird Special as passed, but check out the Registration page for all of the details on prices.

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