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New York PHP Conference & Expo 2006
January 27, 2006 @ 12:56:46

The New York PHP Community has announced (in conjunction with IBM and Oracle) the New York PHP Conference and Expo 2006 - June 14th-16th in Manhattan.

The New York PHP Conference & Expo is taking place in midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the historic New Yorker Hotel. There will be three full days of sessions, tutorials, exhibits, and networking events.

NYPHPCon 2006 focuses on the The PHP Business Community, with two featured parallel tracks: Business Strategy and Technical Solutions. World renowned industry keynote speakers will kick off the conference, highlighting PHP's role in the business of open source applications. Widely recognized session speakers will provide a rich knowledge base, making NYPHPCon 2006 essential for enterprise open source solutions.

They are also announcing their Call for Papers both on the business side and the technical side. There are already some sessions lined up, and you can register at any time.

For complete details, check out the main site...

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