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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
Happy birthday PHPUGDO!
March 10, 2006 @ 07:06:27

Tobias Schlitt congratulates his local PHP user group in this new blog post for turning one - the PHP User Group Dortmund.

The local PHP usergroup turns 1. The actual annuary of the first meeting is tomorrow, but since we meet every Thursday, we celebrate the birthday today. Although I'm not a member of the first minute, I'm one of the oldest members there. It's very nice to see, what we reached so far.

It's very cool to have a bunch of geeks around oneself. Not only that you always have cool ideas (of which you can realize about 5% in your lifetime), but also that you can discuss technical decisions so easily and can have input on all those problems you have.

If you haven't gotten involved in your local PHP user group, there's no time like the present! Head over to a site like PHPUserGroups.org or check out the PHP.net event calendar to find a user group near you. As Tobias mentions, it's always good to have a larger group of developers that are all centered around one thing to help generate ideas and solve problems collectively...

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