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Cal Evans' Blog:
Announcing Day Camp 4 Developers #3
August 08, 2011 @ 12:55:32

Cal Evans has announced the latest Day Camp 4 Developers (their third installment) with a focus on Project Management. It will be happening Saturday, October 1st through Sunday, October 2nd.

We've added a speaker this time around for a total of six and did away with the lunch break. We discovered that since we were a virtual conference , our lunch break fell at odd times if you weren't actually in Central Time Zone - and a lot of participants weren't. So we filled that with an additional talk.

Speakers on the list include some names PHPers will recognize including Paul Jones, Elizabeth Naramore, Keith Casey and Rob Allen. Topics for this completely virtual conference include estimation, agile practices, freelancing hints, project management techniques and dealing with difficult people.

If you're interested in the event, you can find out more about it and get your tickets from their ordering page. The cost is $40 USD for attendance/video only or $100 USD for an "office party" of more than one.

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