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Paul Reinheimer's Blog:
20/20 640 (or Pecha Kucha)
November 06, 2008 @ 11:15:17

Paul Reinheimer has a new post to his blog today talking about a special event happening at this year's php|works conference - Pecha Kucha.

The format is a little bit different than a talk (thank god) and hopefully a lot more fun. Basically the presenter gets up there with twenty slides, each are going to be shown for exactly 20 seconds, for a total of six minutes forty seconds. No take backs, no do-overs, no boring slides full of code.

He tosses in a few FAQs for those interested (who can do it, what can it cover, etc) and who to contact to get yourself signed up - drop Elizabeth Naramore an email and let her know you're interested.

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Community News:
Keynote Speakers Announced for php|works 2008
October 21, 2008 @ 15:09:10

php|architect has officially announced the keynote speakers for this year's php|works conference - Kevin Dangoor (founder of the TurboGears) and Jay Pipes (staff engineer on Sun's Drizzle project).

We are excited to announce the keynote speakers for this year's php|works and PyWorks conference to be held in Atlanta, Georgia in November. [...] Both Jay and Kevin are dynamic, interesting speakers and we are honored to be hosting them at this year's php|works/PyWorks conference.

Kevin will be giving a talk growth in an open source community and Jay will give a talk called "Confessions of a Serial Coder". You can find more information on the conference (including how to reserve your spot) on the main conference website.

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Community News:
Last Day for php|works/PyWorks 2008 Call for Papers
July 25, 2008 @ 12:02:44

As a reminder to all of those wanting to submit papers to this year's php|works/PyWorks combo conference, today is your last day!

As with all our conferences, our main goal is to provide our attendees - mostly a highly technical crowd who is looking for specific, to-the-point information on relevant developer topics - with content that is as relevant as possible to their daily lives. [...] If you have a cool idea about a product or platform that somehow relates to PHP, we definitely want to hear from you!

Check out this page for some of the guidelines (and suggestions) about submitting your proposal. The Call for Papers will close at the end of the day, July 25th, 2008 and all talks must be submitted via email to proposals@phparch.com for consideration.

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