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India's First PHP Unconference
June 29, 2007 @ 12:09:00

Vineet Agrawal sent us along an email today about a new event happening at this year's OSSCampDelhi - Delhi's first PHP Unconference:

India's first community driven PHP Camp is on 08-09 September 2007. PHP Camp is part of India's biggest Open Source UnConference "OSS Camp". More than 300 Geeks from across the world are expected to participate.

PHP Camp will bring together the PHP community in a distinctly un-conference setting, to gather in groups to discuss or hack on something, rather than sitting in chairs and listening to marketing presentations with corporate logo. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from participants. Participation is free of cost! OSS Camp is based on philosophy of Bar Camp (Barcamp.org). Barcamp is an ad-hoc gathering born out of the desire for people to meet up, share, exchange ideas and possibilities in an open environment. At OSS Camp there are no RULES, FIXED Formats, where open source geeks run the show!!

Some of the tracks for PHP camps are Frameworks, Unit Testing, PHP Security, Performance Management, High Availability beside product specific themes like Joomla, Drupal, EZ, Dot Project camps.

You can find out more information from the wiki for the event and, if you're interested in presenting, head over to the submissions page and provide the info for your session (around 40 minutes for a normal talk, 90 minutes for a workshop).

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