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PHP Magazine:
Program for International PHP Conference 2006 is Available
August 01, 2006 @ 06:02:11

As PHP Magazine notes, the schedule for this year's International PHP Conference is now available on their site.

The program for the annual International PHP Conference, scheduled to take place in Frankfurt, Germany from November 5 to 8, has been announced. The conference is divided into 'Power Workshop Days', 'Management Day' and two main conference days replete with technical sessions that will equip you with information on technology that you will need for your daily work.

Topics of some of the workshops at this year's conference include a look at MySQL 5.1 in depth, taking your first steps in PHP, and a look at PHP security. There are tons of other sessions in lots of different categories including: "General PHP", "PHP & Databases", "PHP Extensions", and "PHP-GTK". Several well-known speakers will be presenting such as Christopher Kunz, Derick Rethans, Tobias Schlitt and many more.

For complete information on the conference and to register yourself, head over to phpconference.com.

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