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Marcus Whitney's Blog:
PHP Architect's Pro-PHP Podcast Partnering for Greater Effectiveness
January 18, 2006 @ 06:47:30

On his blog today, Marcus Whitney has a few comments about the partnership of php|architect magazine with the Pro-PHP Podcast.

Over the last month, Marco Tabini, Chris Cornutt, Sean Coates and I have been hammering out the details of a partnership between PHP|Architect and our podcast. I'm sure you all have seen that the frequency of the podcasts have been' well' infrequent.

I have been approached by many people who wanted to use the podcast as a vehicle to promote their endeavor, business etc., but Marco and php|a were the first to come to the table with a solution that would make the podcast more stable, free me up to do what I really love which is hosting the show, and actually improve the quality of the broadcasts in several ways.

He goes on, talking more about the format of the shows - interviews and news casts - and how the first show is coming up soon (Friday, Jan. 27th), an interview with Andi Gutmans. You can sign up today to be included...

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