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Speakers Post Schedules for Upcoming Cons
September 11, 2006 @ 07:26:08

Both Wez Furlong, Adam Trachtenberg, Mike Naberezny, and Wolfgang Drews have posted their speaking schedules for the upcoming "conference season" at the end of the year.

Wez will be speaking at both the php|works conference (presenting a 3 hour workshop on Extending PHP, a talk on PDO, and a best practices talk about sending mail with PHP) and the Zend/PHP Conference with his usual talk on PDO.

Adam will be speaking at both of those conferences and one more, the DC PHP Conference. At all three conferences he'll be presenting roughly the same material based around his Dude, Where's My Used Car eBay/Google Maps mashup.

Mike will be at the DC PHP Conference and the Zend/PHP Conference presenting three differnent talks - a look at PHP (Intranet) Web Services, another about getting started with the Zend Framework, and the last, a look at Best Practices in developing your PHP.

Wolfgang Drews comments that he'll be attending (and speaking) at the upcoming Zend/PHP Conference on the subject of "WOOA - SOA for the Web"

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