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Zend.com:
Enter to Win a Pass to PHP UK Conference 2011
January 17, 2011 @ 09:04:51

On the Zend.com site today there's a drawing you can enter for a chance to win a free pass to the PHP UK Conference happening in February (the 25th) in London.

The PHP London user group's sixth annual PHP UK Conference is a full-day event of lectures and networking for web developers and managers at the Business Design Centre in central London on Friday 25 February 2011. Enter now, and possibly win a registration to this exciting event, worth £130!

The drawing will end on February 14th so be sure to put your name in for a chance to win a pass. Talks being presented at this year's event include topics such as advanced OOP patterns, frameworks, continuous improvement, NoSQL, Amazon EC2 and Xdebug. You can find out more about the conference in general on the PHP UK website.

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Michael Kimsal's Blog:
Codemash free admission drawing giveaway
December 10, 2007 @ 13:43:00

Those of you wanting to go out to Codemash, listen up! (literallty). Michael Kimsal is giving away a free pass to this year's even that he'll be drawing for - but you need to listen to his latest WebDevRadio podcast to find out how.

The codemash organizers have graciously donated a free pass to the upcoming Codemash conference to be given away to one lucky webdevradio.com listener. To enter in to the drawing, listen to the codemash episode interview podcast on webdevradio with Jim Holmes, follow the instructions, and hope your name is drawn.

You can either listen to the episode right on the page, download the mp3 of the show or subscribe to their feed to get this and other great episodes.

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Clay Loveless' Blog:
Free Beer in Atlanta
September 12, 2007 @ 10:27:00

Going to the php|works conference and in the middle of a job search? Keep an eye out for Clay Loveless then - he and his company, Mashery, are looking for a few good developers and have a tempting offer as an incentive:

The company I had pleasure of co-founding last summer is once again on the prowl for top-notch, Zend Certified PHP developers. We're taking the hunt for these folks to php|works in Atlanta. Whenever possible, Mashery will be luring the quality developers with free beer. That's right: free beer that is free, as in beer.

They're also having a drawing for an 8GB iPod Touch for anyone that can prove they have recently taken the Zend Certification Exam.

Company description:
Mashery is the leading provider of web services and API management solutions enabling software-driven companies to unlock and accelerate their web services channel. With its on-demand, fully hosted solution, Mashery takes away the cumbersome process and plumbing around managing web services. Mashery provides all the ingredients required to get web services up-and-running quickly, easily and successfully while ensuring that they will scale: usage/access management, tracking, metrics, commerce, performance optimization and developer/community tools all come pre-packaged. Mashery enables web services providers to focus their time, resources and capital on building their core software, not on creating web services management infrastructure.

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DevShed:
Drawing Functions and the GD Library in PHP
August 21, 2007 @ 14:32:00

DevShed continues their series looking at the use of the graphics functionality in PHP, GD, with part three - a focus on more of the associated functions.

In this third article of the series I'll show you how to take advantage of a few more handy functions integrated with this library. These function will help you perform some basic drawing operations on a specified image stream.

They look at five new functions: imagearc, imagechar/imagecharup and imageellipse/imagefilledellipse with code examples for each.

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