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PHP North West 2009 Summaries
October 13, 2009 @ 11:17:00

This year's PHP North West conference has come to a close and summaries are popping up all over the web from those who attended. Here's a list of just a few:

If you attended, be sure to rate the conference and sessions given so the speakers and organizers know how they did!

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IBuildings Blog:
PHP North West 2009
September 03, 2009 @ 07:59:06

Lorna Mitchell has written up a new post for the IBuildings blog about the upcoming PHP North West conference happening in Manchester, UK in October.

10th October 2009 sees the second annual PHP Conference to be held in Manchester, PHP North West. As one of the organisers I've been watching the arrangements come together with growing excitement. [...] Some of the topics at this year's conference include various PHP frameworks, performance, Drupal, project management, and much more.

She goes on to say that the event (which you can still purchase tickets for, by the way) is regional but is aimed at PHP developers from all skill levels and locations. You can still get in on the Early Bird pricing if you hurry - the deadline's September 11th!

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Lorna Mitchell's Blog:
PHPNW Schedule and Crowd-Sourcing
August 28, 2009 @ 09:21:51

Lorna Mitchell has posted an update about the PHP North West conference conference happening in Manchester in October.

Since I last posted here we also published the schedule. We were overwhelmed by the quality of the call for papers and there are some cracking sessions, excellent speakers, and lots of overlap between the two! [...] Finally, this year PHPNW is expanding and has added an informal schedule on the Sunday morning since we know lots of people will be staying over. This will run from 9 til 1 and we've put out a call to ask what people would like to see on the schedule.

The Sunday event (held here) is a time for both current presenters and attendees to cast their vote on topics they really want to hear about (outside of the excellent sessions already lined up, of course).

For more information about the conference or to purchase your tickets, check out the page for this year's event. The deadline for the early bird ticket pricing is September 12th.

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Today is the Final Day for PHPNW 2009 Call for Papers
August 16, 2009 @ 08:27:54

For those wanting to submit their ideas for the PHP North West conference in Manchester, don't forget that today is the last day!

Calling everyone who knows something and is prepared to share! PHPNW09 is coming to Manchester on 10th October 2009 and we need speakers. This year the aim is to build on the great line-up of PHP talks from last year designed to raise everyone's game, and this year we're looking for sessions that will help us collaborate and perform in a team setting. Its a one-day event and we will have sessions of both 30 and 60 minutes in length. PHPNW has a definite local feel so we're looking for new talent as well as established and experienced speakers - so if you've got something to say, submit a paper!

They've already had some great submissions so far so toss your hat into the ring and share your topic with the PHP community!

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PHP North West 2009 Website Launch
July 02, 2009 @ 13:03:30

The PHP North West group has officially launched the website for this year's event - PHP North West 2009:

We're proud to announce the second edition of the PHP North West Conference, to be held on Saturday 10th October, 2009. Following from last year's successful debut, this event returns to bring a great mix of speakers and community from the north of England and beyond. With a local feel, there will be a packed day of talks from a range of speakers, socials Friday and Saturday night, and informal sessions running on Sunday for those making a weekend of it. We hope to see you there!

The site currently has links to their registration, Call for Papers and resources to use when linking to conference.

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Lorna Mitchell's Blog:
PHPNW09 - PHP Conference in Manchester
June 05, 2009 @ 12:02:26

Following up on the previous announcement about the date for the PHP North West conference, Lorna Mitchell has posted some more specific information to her blog:

Last night at the PHPNW user group we announced this year's conference - PHPNW09. We don't have a lot of detail but here is a run-down of all the information I have.

The conference will be held at the Manchester Conference Center this year (changed from last year) with the (currently) estimated pricing for Early Bird tickets coming in at 50 GBP (+VAT) until September 10th.

Keep an eye on the conference's main website for more information as it becomes available.

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Community News:
PHPNW '09 Conference Date Announced - Oct 10th
June 03, 2009 @ 07:57:18

For those in the Manchester, UK area (or really anyone willing to travel up there for a day), you'll be happy to know that the schedule has been set for this year's PHP North West conference - October 10th!

PHPNW is a 1 day conference, to be held on October 10th 2009, for developers, designers, managers or anyone else with an interest in the PHP programming language. The conference will have a range of well known as well as more local speakers and aims to highlight current best practice and emerging topics within the sphere of PHP and web development.

The website hasn't been updated for this year's conference yet, but you can find out more information on what last year's event was like on this website.

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