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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
A Two-day Look at PHPWeekender
October 09, 2006 @ 09:11:00

Tobias Schlitt has covered the PHPWeekender event that happened this past weekend in two new posts over on his blog:

Day one (10.07.06) saw the start of the meeting, and included a three hour tutorial session giving people a crash course to what PHP is and how it functions at a basic level. Pizza for lunch, then right back into the classes - more basics, some XML talk, and XML-RPC/REST/SOAP as well (two different tracks).

Day two (10.07.06) is described in this post along with a summary of how the event went and the feedback from those attending. Topics today included best practices, PHP5's advanced OOP features, "Enterprise PHP", and a final keynote.

Keep an eye out on the PHPWeekender website for complete information, slides, and examples from the event as well.

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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
Last chance Know a lot about PHP in 2 days, for free!
October 05, 2006 @ 15:38:00

Tobias Schlitt has a last chance post on his blog today for those that might still want to attend the PHP Weekender event starting this Saturday (Oct 7th).

I just returned from vacation and realized, that the PHP Weekender (the free-of-charge workshop weekend for PHP enthusiasts, organized by the [http//phpugdo.de PHP Usergroup Dortmund]) has 90 verified, registered attendees so far.

This is really cool, we never expected such a huge number of signups! Anyway, the PHP Weekender starts on upcoming Saturday, October 7th. If you did not register, yet, you should take your heels and run to our website, since we will only accept registrations until tomorrow 12:00 CET.

There's stil time to get your name on the list, so head on over and sign up today before it's too late!

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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
PHP Weekender reaches 50 attendee mark
September 27, 2006 @ 07:50:00

Tobias Schlitt has announced on his blog today that their PHP event, PHP Weekender, has reached the 50 attendee mark already.

It is a great feeling for us to see how many people are interested. Since we are at the university, we have enough space left to get some more attendees in, but beware, space is already getting rare.

For complete information on this event, check out the homepage and sign up today. There's no charge - just show up and enjoy learning everything from beginner PHP techniques out to best practices and working with PHP 5.

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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
PHPUGDO proudly presents The PHP Weekender
September 18, 2006 @ 07:34:47

Tobias Schlitt is officially announcing a new offering from the PHPers in the Dortmund area as voted on via feedback from others in the surrounding area - The PHP Weekender.

It's been a good month, since the PHP Usergroup Dortmund asked for feedback on the idea of a PHP introduction workshop in Dortmund. Because of the huge masses of interessted people, we expanded the idea and are now going to make a 2 day, 2 track PHP introduction weekend, including 2 workshops and a lot of interessting sessions about topics like "XML handling", "Enterprise PHP", "SOA" and "Shell scripting.

The event will be presented in German and will be happening October 7th and 8th at Dortmund University. You can get complete details about the event (and reserve your spot) from the event's main website.

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