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Dutch PHP Conference Ticket Prices & Schedule Update
February 15, 2012 @ 11:49:31

According to this new post to the Dutch PHP Conference blog, the schedule and ticket prices for this year's event will be published next week (sometime between the 19th - 25th).

In our previous blogposts we announced that we would publish the schedule on 15th February. It seems however that this date was a bit too optimistic, and that we need a bit more time to get everything in order. So hang in there, the schedule will be published next week! If you want to be first in the know, make sure you follow @dpcon on twitter.

They've already posted the prices for the tickets though:

  • Tutorial Day: 350 Euro (Regular), 297,50 Euro (Early Bird)
  • Conference Days: 350 Euro (Regular), 297,50 Euro (Early Bird)
  • Full conference: 630 Euro (Regular), 535,50 Euro (Early Bird)

The Early Bird prices are only good from the start of registration until April 15th, so keep an eye out for their announcements about the opening of their registration. You can get more information about the conference from the event's website.

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