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PHP Barcelona 2010
September 28, 2010 @ 12:37:39

The PHP Barcelona group are getting things ready for this year's PHP Barcelona 2010 conference happening at the end of October (the 29th and 20th) at the Citilab-Can Suris building:

Come to the Citilab to see Ilia Alshanetsky, Fabien Potencier, Stefan Priebsch, Lorenzo Alberton, Enrico Zimuel and many more open the hood and expose the secrets of PHP and PHP related technologies that make the Internet what it is today, and that power what the Internet will be tomorrow. The PHP Barcelona Conference 2010 will take place from the 29th to the 30th of October and is a unique opportunity to share knowledge and expertise with other developers, architects, managers, and prominent community members on the very shore of the Mediterranean.

The current ticket prices are 60 Euro for a full two-day pass and only 30 Euro for the single day. Both days are packed with great sessions on a wide range of topics like application architecture, Varnish, Magento, Doctrine, application deployment and many more. You can register for the conference here or head over to the event website for more details on the venue, schedule and travel information.

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