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Lorna Mitchell's Blog:
PHP North West 2011
June 07, 2011 @ 09:45:18

Lorna Mitchell has a new post today about this year's PHP North West conference happening October 7th through 9th in Manchester, UK. She talks some about the current status of the event and how it'll be structured.

e might still be in the thick of the summer conference season, but there's an event coming up this autumn which has me very excited: PHP North West 2011. This is a regional PHP conference based in Manchester, UK, and I've been involved with it since it began (I'm surprised to find this is our fourth edition, it still feels like a shiny new adventure!). This year the dates are 8th and 9th of October and with an added tutorial day on the Friday, it is bigger (and of course better) than ever.

She points out the current Call for Papers that are open for submission and notes that the deadline is very soon - June 12th. She mentions the Tutorial Day with topics covering Zend Framework 2, security, Drupal performance and her web services tutorial. You can currently pick up tickets for the "blind bird" price of £72. For more information, see the main conference site.

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