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PHP-GTK, throw it down.
January 12, 2007 @ 07:49:00

If you're a PHP-GTK developer and have heard anything about the PHPThrowdown event that sounds interesting, check out this new post on the PHP-GTK community site. They're looking for a few good coders.

After a few cups of tea the idea of putting several teams together so that we could have some competition within the ranks came about. Without any word on what the categories are for certain, there is still the Miscellaneous category. So either way by category or Miscellaneousness we can get some good stuff in and you will not have to see me cry.

If you'd like to help the cause and join the team, submit your information on their signup form and wait for further instructions. Should you or any of your team be captured...wait, wrong team. If you'd like to talk some with the other coders that you could be working with, though, check out their IRC channel over on the Freenode network - #php-gtk.

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phpthrowdown Registration Open
January 08, 2007 @ 15:07:00

The phpthrowdown even has a new note on its site today - registration for the event is now open!

Registration is now open for the PHP Throwdown! A huge thanks to Ken Macke and Bill Barnett for helping with this. To sign up, go to our Sign Up! Page and get yourself registered.

The phpthrowdown is a competition to see just what can be done with PHP in a 24 hour timespan. Anyone is open to participate, either in teams or by yourself. It' happening soon (Jan 27th, 2007), so be sure to get your name in soon and get ready to code!

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