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New Zealand PHP Conference 2014
June 26, 2014 @ 11:58:10

This coming August (28th & 29th to be more specific) New Zealand will host its first ever PHP conference, the New Zealand PHP Conference, at the Victoria University Business School in Wellington.

We are pleased to announce the New Zealand PHP Conference 2014 on the 28th and 29th of August, plus a pre-conference tutorial day on the 27th August. The Conference will be held at The Victoria Business School, located in the heart of Wellington's legal, government and business district. This conference promises to be one of the most important IT events in the region and will feature renown presenters, along with other expert speakers, presenting two concurrent tracks including over 22 talks and 4 workshops exploring web technologies trends to both inspire and challenge you. New Zealand PHP Conference is not just about PHP and will offer a Web Technology track to help developers improve their skill sets and expand their knowledge & experience.

Speakers for this year's event include some notable names including Nate Abele, Joshua Thijssen, Davey Shafik, Dustin Whittle and the creator of PHP himself, Rasmus Lerdorf. The conference will also be preceded by a tutorial day featuring sessions about design patterns, PHP components and Laravel. Tickets cost only NZD 390 (about $340 USD) for the main session and NZD 240 for the tutorial day. There's a student discount too, so be sure to check into that if you're eligible.

You can find out more about the event and pick up your tickets from the main conference website and follow them on Twitter for the latest updates!

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Link: http://www.phpconference.co.nz/

The Bakery:
CakeFest 2012 Announced!
May 10, 2012 @ 11:37:20

On The Bakery they've officially announced CakeFest 2012, happening in Manchester, UK from August 30th through September 2nd (some days are conference sessions, others are training).

CakeFest is the annual CakePHP Conference. It brings together developers, users, and interested parties from all over the world for a four day event filled with workshops, talks, dinners, social events and plenty of fun! If you are interested in giving a talk at CakeFest, we still have submissions open! Just head over to the CakeFest, sign up and submit your talk proposal via your account page! We're open to anyone for submissions, and we'd love to hear your ideas!

You can also purchase tickets to this year's event (with a discount for students) ranging from $420 USD for just the conference out to $950 for the conference + tutorial days. They'll have talks from core CakePHP developers, time for lightening talks and a panel discussion where you can ask your own questions of the Core development team. You can get complete details about this event on the conference website.

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Bradley Holt's Blog:
Boston PHP Northeast Conference
December 13, 2011 @ 08:23:58

Bradley Holt has a new post to his blog announcing the Boston PHP Northeast Conference happening in August (2012) in Cambridge, Massachusetts:

I'm excited to be able to announce that the first ever Boston PHP Northeast Conference will be taking place on Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th at Microsoft's NERD Center in Cambridge, MA. This regional event is intended for PHP beginners, enthusiasts, and professionals alike.

The conference will not just cover PHP but also general web development topics with a dash of user experience thrown in. Three regional groups are hosting the event: BostonPHP, Burlington, VT user group and the Atlantic Canadian PHP user group.

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Zend Developer Zone:
Announcing the August 2011 Zend Framework Bug-Hunt
August 24, 2011 @ 12:55:39

On the Zend Developer Zone today they've announced this month's Zend Framework Bug Hunt starting tomorrow (the 25th) and running through Saturday (the 27th):

For those who haven't put the recurring event in their calendar, the Zend Framework Monthly Bug-hunt is here again! This Thursday, Friday and Saturday (the 25th, 26th and 27th of August), we'll be hosting our monthly bug hunt. For those of you unfamiliar with the event, each month, we organize the community to help reduce the number of open issues reported against the framework

Ralph reminds everyone of the change in tracking methods in their Jira setup and how to find some issues to tackle when you start your debugging. You can also just visit this page to get the full list of unresolved issues. Additional instructions are included in the post on "getting started" resources, how your fixes help the framework and a guide you can follow to get the ball rolling.

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Zend Developer Zone:
It's That Time Again - Announcing August's ZF Bug Hunting Days
August 18, 2010 @ 14:24:43

The Zend Developer Zone has announced this month's Bug Hunt Days for August 2010 happening the 19th through the 21st - this Thursday through Saturday.

Yep, it's the third week of the month again- and you know what that means: Zend Framework Monthly Bughunt! This Thursday, Friday and Saturday of August (the 19th, 20th and 21st 2010), we'll be hosting our monthly bug hunt. For those of you unfamiliar with the event, each month, we organize the community to help reduce the number of open issues reported against the framework.

Last month's event saw the closing of 50 bugs during the three days with a tie for first place. If you're interested in helping out, you'll need to get a CLA on record before you can commit back to the project. You can check out the #zftalk.dev channel on the Freenode IRC network or just read their guide to get started.

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PEAR Blog:
PEAR in August
August 16, 2010 @ 08:32:56

On the PEAR blog there's a new post updating you on some of the happenings with the PHP packaging tool recently.

We've been fairly quiet, launching pear2 and pyrus into the line up, welcoming new faces to the QA team, Jesus Espino, and getting ready to call an election for the new pear group.

They also mention several package releases (including updates to Net_DNS and Services_Twitter) and a call for contributions from anyone out there by working on deprecated code, unit tests or even just bug reports.

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Nexen.net:
PHP adoption statistics for August 2006
September 06, 2006 @ 06:20:37

Nexen.net has posted the PHP statistics update for the month of August 2006:

Here is the evolution graphic for PHP, in August 2006. To learn about the methodology, see la section phpversion. 15 millions servers were surveyed during August, and 8,2 were used for the stats : domaines without web sites, those unreachable, ISP or domain parkings were not considered.

PHP's overall adoption dipped down a bit this month, mostly due to the comination of many other smaller languages rising in popularity. All the while, though, PHP5 adoption is soaring, even gaining back ground it lost last month, and PHP 4.4 is growing more in popularity of the 4.x series versions, almost overtaking 4.3.

The complete stats are available here and the details behind them are here.

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php|architect:
August 2006 Issue Released
August 20, 2006 @ 09:37:13

php|architect has released the August 2006 edition of their magazine with a cover article investigating the HTTP protocol.

Other articles in this editon include:

  • "Staying DRY with Code Generation in PHP" from Jason McCreary
  • "Application Development with PHP-GTK 2" by Anant Narayanan
  • "Integrating OpenLaszlo with PHP" by Titus Barik
  • and the columns, Security Corner and Test Pattern, are back once again.

You can pick up this latest issue on their website as a single issue or you can subscribe for a year's worth at around $35 USD.

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International PHP Magazine:
August 2006 Issue Released
August 14, 2006 @ 07:25:21

As noted in this post on the International PHP Magazine site today, their latest issue has been released - August 2006.

The August issue of the International PHP Magazine is now available on virtual newsstands. The Cover Story by Jaisen Mathai presents an API written in PHP using the JSON format. We will continue to complete an example that lets you create a searchable user list in AJAX consisting of less then 100 lines of code. Once we complete the article you should be able to identify different areas in your applications where combining these concepts and technologies will add value.

Other stories in this edition include:

  • Creating Web Applications Faster with CakePHP by David Berube
  • Elizabeth Naramore's Freelancer's Corner
  • Now Playing RSS - Part II (co-starring SVN) from Nathan Good
  • a book review by Mitchell Pirtle covering "MySQL in a Nutshell"

If you'd like to purchase a copy or just get a subscription to the magazine, head over to their online shop and order today!

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