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PHP Community Conference Wrapups
April 25, 2011 @ 12:02:03

The PHP Community Conference has wrapped up and attendees are already starting to post about their experiences. Here's a list so far of the people that have summaries posted to their sites:

Did you attend the conference and have you posted a summary of your own? let us know!

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Sean Coates' Blog:
PHP Community Conference
March 25, 2011 @ 10:45:10

Sean Coates has posted a new entry to his blog today looking at some of his past experiences in the PHP community (from php|architect to OmniTI and now Gimmie Bar) and how knowing people in the community helped him be in the "right place at the right time". Because of this, he recommends the PHP Community Conference as a way to get your own foot in the door and meet the wider community.

Nearly everyone I know and have had a long-term relationship with, in the PHP community, I met at a conference. Sure, I'd often "known" someone from their online persona, but it's hard to really "know" someone until you've spent some face time with them, preferably with a beer or two between you.

He points out that the PHP Community Conference is run by members of the PHP community and has been arranged as a great event to make those new connections (or renew old ones). The conference is happening April 21st and 22nd in Nashville, Tennessee and tickets are currently on sale.

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ServerGrove Blog:
One month to go for the PHP Community Conference
March 23, 2011 @ 08:38:44

The ServerGrove blog has a new post today giving you a one month reminder about the upcoming PHP Community Conference happening April 21st and 22nd in Nashville, TN.

We talked about the PHP Community Conference a couple of months ago. At the time, we got on board because of the philosophy and leadership behind it. Community is what drives PHP and the PHP community is not only about the code, but also about sharing ideas, workflow, tools, collaboration, vision and startups.

This time they look at things slightly different and mention some of the folks presenting sessions for the event. These include names familiar to the community including Rasmus Lerdorf, Matthew Weier O'Phinney, Lorna Mitchell and Joel Perras. If you'd like more information about the event or to just pick up a ticket of your own, check out the PHP Community Conference website.

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Community News:
Thoughts on the PHP Community Conference
March 09, 2011 @ 11:43:14

People in the PHP community are excited about the upcoming PHP Community Conference (happening in April) and a few have even blogged about it. Both Paul Reinheimer and Lorna Mitchell have shared some of their thoughts about the upcoming event, both as speakers.

The PHP Community conference is happening April 21st and 22nd in Nashville, Tennessee and includes a day of tutorials and a day of regular conference sessions. To say "regular" doesn't do it justice though - this event is more about the passion that drives developers than the "cool new tech" you can get at other events.

For more information about the conference and to reserve your spot, head to the main conference website. The tickets are only $300 USD and include both days as well as food/drinks while there. Be sure to check out the full speaker list for all of the great content you'll see!

UPDATE: Matthew Weier O'Phinney and Ed Finkler have posted their thoughts as well.

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Community News:
PHP Community Conference Registration Opens!
February 03, 2011 @ 08:40:23

The PHP Community Conference has officially announced the opening of their registration for the April event in Nashville, TN.

The PHP Community Conference is all about you! Come on out to Nashville for a different kind of conference this spring. We're going to hear from community members about projects they're working on and how they were inspired. It's going to be a fun, laid-back event where you and the people you'll meet can collaborate to build some awesome applications of your own with PHP.

The price for a two day ticket to the even comes in at $349.95 USD and includes access to both the tutorial day and the normal conference day. You can purchase the ticket through their Eventbrite page and reserve your spot today.

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Ben Ramsey's Blog:
A Different Kind of Conference the PHP Community Conference
January 19, 2011 @ 08:45:57

There's a "new kid" in the PHP conference world that was just announced at the end of last week - the PHP Community Conference happening in Nashville, TN April 21st and 22nd. Ben Ramsey, one of the organizers of the event has written a new post for his blog talking about some of the motivation behind the new conference.

I've long wanted to organize a community-driven PHP conference, as far back as 2004, when I helped form the Atlanta PHP user group. [...] I've seen conferences as both a speaker and an attendee, and from conversations with many other speakers and attendees, I knew it was time for something different. Unfortunately, I didn't know exactly what "different" should mean.

He talks about how the OSBridge conference was a sort of inspiration for him and his fellow organizers - a community-driven conference that wasn't the usual come-give-your-talk sort of event. The PHP Community Conference (like Brooklyn Beta before it) is more about sharing what you love and what you're doing with the language than about being technical. As they define it:

PHP Community Conference is a conference for people who care about PHP and the code they write with it.

Their Call for Papers is still open, so if you would like to be considered for a spot at this two day event, you can find out more on the PHP Community Conference website.

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