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Laura Thomson's Blog:
Conference roundup
March 31, 2006 @ 06:57:10

This year is just starting out and there's already been a lot o fnews surrounding PHP-related conferences, including a disappointment for those over in Europe. Laura Thomson's latest post sums up what we know so far.

She talks about the Zend/PHP Conference and Expo happening later this year, and how they've officially released their Call for Papers with a deadline of June 15th. There's also a note about the cancelation of the International PHP Conference that was to happen in Amsterdam due to "resource issues" surrounding the World Cup.

Finally, she mentions the MySQL Users Conference in late April at the Santa Clara Convention Center. Laura mentions the two talks she'll be giving at the conference: "Secure Your PHP and MySQL Web Applications" and "Upgrading to PHP 5: Why and How".

Other PHP-related sessions are also included in the schedule from speakers like Rasmus Lerdorf and Andi Gutmans. For more information on this conference, check out the official site.

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