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Ten days left for php|tek 2006 proposals
December 12, 2005 @ 14:56:35

There's This reminder today for all of those out there that would like to submit a paper for the upcoming php|tek conference - you only have 10 days left!

The Call for Papers period for php|tek, our spring conference, is rapidly coming to an end, but you still have time to submit your talk proposals.

We're looking for innovative ideas in areas of both theory of PHP development and hands-on sessions that focus on the hands-on aspects of PHP programming.

php|tek will take place between April 26 and 28, 2006, with a special pre-conference day of exclusive seminars on April 25th. As in previous years, attendees will be able to take advantage of several special deals, including a free subscription to php|architect and a chance to take the Zend PHP Certification exam free of charge (the fee for the exam will be sponsored by php|architect and Zend Technologies).

Even if you're not going to submit a paper for the conference, you can still make plans to attend! We'll let you know as soon as you can sign up!

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