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Christopher Kunz's Blog:
PHP Conference UK
Jan 19, 2006 @ 06:44:11

On his blog today, Christopher Kunz has his latest post in which he talks about the PHP Conference UK that's fast approaching - and the talk he's giving there.

I am going to speak on the PHP Conference UK which will be held at South Bank University, London, UK on February 10th, 2006. Yes guys, that's in less than three weeks.

php.net has the following to say about the event: "Not bad for 50 quid", and I think that's kinda true. Amongst others, book author Harry Fuecks and Derick "the ez photographer" Rethans will be speaking, so register now!

His talk will focus on the Hardening-Patch for PHP, including installation, configuration, and demoing some examples...

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Christopher Kunz's Blog:
PHP Conference UK
Jan 19, 2006 @ 06:44:11

On his blog today, Christopher Kunz has his latest post in which he talks about the PHP Conference UK that's fast approaching - and the talk he's giving there.

I am going to speak on the PHP Conference UK which will be held at South Bank University, London, UK on February 10th, 2006. Yes guys, that's in less than three weeks.

php.net has the following to say about the event: "Not bad for 50 quid", and I think that's kinda true. Amongst others, book author Harry Fuecks and Derick "the ez photographer" Rethans will be speaking, so register now!

His talk will focus on the Hardening-Patch for PHP, including installation, configuration, and demoing some examples...

tagged: conference uk united kingdom 10th february london southbank university conference uk united kingdom 10th february london southbank university

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
PHP Conference UK - 10th Feb 2006
Jan 06, 2006 @ 07:18:04

On the SitePoint PHP Blog today, Harry Fuecks has his take on the upcoming PHPCon UK 2006 happening in London on February 10th.

In London in February? Check out the PHP Conference UK 2006, taking place at the Keyworth Centre right next to Waterloo station and Southbank University.

Organisation is thanks to Marcus and members of the PHP London User Group. The price (**cough** unlike most conferences **cough**) is something you can actually afford - 50.00 GBP [~$90] if you register early - which you'll need to as there’s only so much space at the venue.

It's a one day event and the speakers are Derick Rethans, Pavel Kovsloski, Christopher Kunz, Matt Zandstra (author of PHP 5 Objects, Patterns, and Practice) and, err.., well me in fact.

The rest of the post is taken up with Harry asking for some help with a subject for his talk - either "parsing with PHP" or a more Web 2.0 topic...

tagged: sitepoint uk conference 2006 united kingdom february 10th sitepoint uk conference 2006 united kingdom february 10th

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
PHP Conference UK - 10th Feb 2006
Jan 06, 2006 @ 07:18:04

On the SitePoint PHP Blog today, Harry Fuecks has his take on the upcoming PHPCon UK 2006 happening in London on February 10th.

In London in February? Check out the PHP Conference UK 2006, taking place at the Keyworth Centre right next to Waterloo station and Southbank University.

Organisation is thanks to Marcus and members of the PHP London User Group. The price (**cough** unlike most conferences **cough**) is something you can actually afford - 50.00 GBP [~$90] if you register early - which you'll need to as there’s only so much space at the venue.

It's a one day event and the speakers are Derick Rethans, Pavel Kovsloski, Christopher Kunz, Matt Zandstra (author of PHP 5 Objects, Patterns, and Practice) and, err.., well me in fact.

The rest of the post is taken up with Harry asking for some help with a subject for his talk - either "parsing with PHP" or a more Web 2.0 topic...

tagged: sitepoint uk conference 2006 united kingdom february 10th sitepoint uk conference 2006 united kingdom february 10th

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