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Dutch PHP Conference 2009 Call for Papers
January 19, 2009 @ 08:12:09

As mentioned in this post (from Cal Evans) on the Ibuildings blog, the Call for Papers for this year's Dutch PHP conference is now open!

Everyone here at Ibuildings is excited about the Dutch PHP Conferences 2009. We've already started work on some of the exciting things we've got planned for this year. We want to encourage you to mark June 11-13 on your calendar and plan on attending. This is the first year we've had a formal Call for Papers at DPC.

Today (January 19th) is the official first day and it will run until February 13th - less than a month away! They're looking for talks that are about 50-60 minutes long, including any question and answer time you might want to have. Speakers will receive a complete package because they were accepted - airfare, lodging and free admission to the conference itself.

You can find out more about this year's conference by checking out the main website. Registration isn't quite open yet, so that that aren't planning on speaking, check back soon so you can reserve your spot!

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