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php|architect Announces CodeWorks '11 Conference
August 04, 2011 @ 14:57:38

php|architect has officially announced their CodeWorks '11 conference with stops in ten cities including Austin, Baltimore, Orlando, Portland and San Francisco.

CodeWorks '11 is a one day, single-track conference created specifically for PHP developers. Join us and developers from around your area for a full day of learning and networking as php|architect continues the tradition of bringing the conference experience to you. No airport security lines, no bad hotel food and you get to sleep in your own bed. See seven speakers present brand new presentations on topics they are passionate about. Learn from and talk to all seven speakers. This is your opportunity to get together with other PHP developers, talk shop, swap war stories, and take home a spark of inspiration.

They've split up the tour this year into a West Coast and East Coast tours they've posted preliminary schedules for each stop with speakers like Beth Tucker-Long, Cal Evans, Marco Tabini and Keith Casey. Tickets are $60 USD and you can pick them up right now on the CodeWorks page for your city of choice.

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