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php|architect Announces php|tek Conference
November 25, 2005 @ 19:44:01

The fine folks over at php|architect have announced their latest conference - php|tek - to be held in Orlando, Florida April 26-28, 2006.

We're proud to invite you to join us in Orlando, Florida, for php|tek 2006, an exclusive three-day conference (plus one day of exclusive in-depth seminars) dedicated to the world of PHP-driven software development.

As with all of our conferences, you can expect some of the world's foremost experts, speaking on topics ranging from best development practices to PHP's newest functionality, all in an informal but high-tech environment, built for developers, by developers.

Best of all, you'll get the unique opportunity to meet with fellow PHP developers from all over the world and discuss your techniques, ideas and experiences at one of the networking events that we have planned.

If you'd like to find out more about it, you can check out their main page or just go ahead and sign up now! There's also a Call for Papers out there if you'd like to submit your own ideas...

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