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Ilia Alshanetsky's Blog:
php|tek 2006
January 30, 2006 @ 07:14:43

Ilia Alshanetsky has a quick note about his proposal for php|tek being approved and some of his thoughts on the upcoming conference.

On the conference's agenda I have just two items this time; I will be giving an introductory talk on PDO that should be of interest to anyone writing new PHP applications that utilize databases. The other item is a seminar on PHP Security, which will cover web security topics from the ground up, with the focus on web applications designed in PHP.

Aside from my own talks, Marco has collected an impressive array of speakers with notables such as Rasmus, Marcus, Derick, John, Sara (who I've never met in real life) and many others. So if you need to get away from the day to day drudgery and learn something about PHP in the process, this a conference you don't want to miss!

If you want to take advantage of the Early Bird pricing on the conference, you don't have much time left - it ends January 31st and is a discount of about $100 USD off of the regular price. For complete information and the list of presentations, you can get it all at their site...

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