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PHP Town Hall Podcast:
Episode 8 - Use Your Time Machine to Go to PeersConf Yesterday
June 28, 2013 @ 09:42:17

The PHP Town Hall podcast has posted their latest episode - Episode #8, "Use Your Time Machine to Go to PeersConf Yesterday"

In this episode Ben and Phil talk to the super-talented conference organiser Jessica D'Amico, joined by avid conference goer and PHP rockstar Matt Frost. We all gab a bunch about conferences in general, specifically LaraCon, PeersConf and php|tek. We fucked up and didn't get this episode out soon enough to actually get her any sales for her latest conferences PeersConf (Phil is at PeersConf right now), but you should definitely follow Jess to see what conferences she puts on in the future, they're always great.

You can listen to this episode either through the in-page player or by downloading the mp3. You can also subscribe to their feed to get this and other new episodes as they're released.

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