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PHP London 2008 Comes to a Close
March 03, 2008 @ 11:15:26

The PHP London Conference for 2008 is behind us now and, from what the bloggers are saying, it went off wonderfully. Here's a bit from Mikko Koppanen:

To summarize it: I had fun. [...] I met quite a lot of new people at the conference and of course it was nice to see the familiar faces from other conferences and PHPLondon meetings. [...] A huge thanks to the organizers for making this day possible!

From Ivo Jansch:

I've attended the first PHPLondon conference 2 years ago, and it was great to see the progress that they made since then. The venue, the presentations, the catering, the organization, everything was improved significantly and contributed to a great conference.

And from Rob Allen:

The PHP UK Conference in London is over for another year and this year's event was another evolutionary improvement on last year's. [...] All in all it was a great conference and I'm looking forward to next year's.

David Goodwin has posted some of his own thoughts too.

You can find out more about what happened on the conference's main site.

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