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ZendCon 2012 Call for Papers Open!
April 23, 2012 @ 08:28:00

The Call for Papers for this year's ZendCon Conference have officially opened! This year's event will be once again in Santa Clara, CA and will be from October 22nd through the 25th.

We are happy to announce that planning is underway for the 2012 Zend PHP Conference, to be held in Santa Clara, October 22-25, 2012. ZendCon 2012 will be the best conference yet and we would like to invite you to be a part of it! A conference is only as good as its speakers and we are looking for the best speakers to share their knowledge and expertise with the PHP community. Attendees will include developers, architects, development managers, decision makers, core PHP developers and community members.

Key themes they're looking for in this year's conference are "PHP in 2012", "Zend Framework 2" and "Development & The Cloud" as well as other topics including:

  • Framework-based development
  • Server and cloud-based infrastructure
  • Databases, storage and data modeling
  • Unsung Tools
  • Agile processes and project management

The Call for Papers for this year's event ends May 21st, so be sure and get your submissions in soon!

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