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ConFoo 2012 Call for Papers Extended
September 06, 2011 @ 08:59:16

The ConFoo conference has announced that their Call for Papers has been extended until September 16th for this years event happening February 29th through March 2nd.

Many of you are just back from vacation. because of that, we decided to extend the call for papers until September 16. For speakers, that means more time to prepare abstracts. For everyone else, it's more time to read the proposals and cast your vote.

You can find out more information about the ConFoo Call for Papers in their site. They're looking for topics ranging from Java, Ruby and Javascript out to Web Standards, Project Management and Agile methods. If you'd like to submit papers, you can head to their submission form or you can rate other proposals.

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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon 2010 Call for Papers -- Extended to May 17th
May 07, 2010 @ 13:02:49

As is noted on the Zend Developer Zone today, the Call for Papers has been extended for this year's Zend/PHP Conference by another week. The deadline's now May 17th.

Due to comments on the originally short time-frame allowed for the CFP, we have extended the deadline to May 17th to allow a more reasonable time for submissions. We have also clarified the speaker expenses in the updated text below.

The post also gives a bit more detail than before on how the speakers are compensated for this year's event. If you'd like to submit your ideas, head to the submissions page and enter as many as you'd like!

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Sebastian Bergmann's Blog:
Extended Reflection API for PHP 5
September 21, 2006 @ 07:15:13

In his latest post, Sebastian Bergmann shares some information about an extension for the Reflection API included in PHP 5.

The Extended Reflection API enhances PHP 5 by providing access to type information and annotations that are embedded as doc-comments into the sourcecode.

Processable additions to the source code enable a wide range of new applications in general, and Web Services and Aspect-Oriented Programming in particular.

The wiki page for the project shares the difference between the two, including graphics to help show how they tie in together. There's even some pseudo code to get you started with the different class types, a mapping out of the API.

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