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Interview with Francesco Fullone - President of the GrUSP Italian PHP User Group
November 19, 2012 @ 13:35:51

7PHP.com has posted their latest interview with a member of the PHP community - this time it's Francesco Fullone, the president of the Italian GrUSP PHP user group.

In this edition I talked with Francesco Fullone who is the President of the Italian PHP User Group GrUSP which is one of the biggest European PHP families. Francesco is an Open-source lover, an enthusiastic PHP Evangelist and a conference organizer. He has also been a speaker at so many conferences - his latest talk being about "Compromises and not solution". You can find more about him on his personal blog "NULLA E' IMPOSSIBILE PER CHI NON LO DEVE FARE!"

They talk some about how he got started with PHP, what kind of environment he likes to work in and some of his advice to people either new to the PHP community or wanting to get involved. They also briefly mention the phpDay/jsDay conferences happening next year in May in Verona, Italy. The Call for Papers for both are still open too, so if you're interested in speaking, get your submissions in!

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