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Stefan Koopmanschap's Blog:
The DPC Uncon
June 09, 2010 @ 10:58:58

In a new post to his blog Stefan Koopmanschap talks about the unconfernece happening at this year's Dutch PHP Conference and how the PHPBenelux user group will be the ones hosting it in parallel with the main confernece tracks.

The DPC Uncon is very similar to the uncons found at other PHP conferences. There is little new about this uncon. However, it is a new addition to a conference with such a list of advanced topics that there is no doubt the uncon will also host a variety of interesting topics for people visiting the Dutch PHP Conference as well. We at PHPBenelux are honored to be the hosts of the first DPC Uncon. What this means is that we'll manage the registrations of speakers into the schedule, and we will also try to make sure that all speakers are at the uncon room in time for their chosen timeslot.

The unconfernece will open each morning with all spots empty for that day (no signing up for spots on future days) to be filled with pretty much anyone wanting to present on any topic they're passionate about. If you've never experienced an unconfernece and are wondering some of what to expect, Stefan also has linked to an article he's written on what it can be like.

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