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Ulf Wendel:
PHP Unconference Hamburg 2013 hungry for more
September 24, 2013 @ 10:22:24

For those that weren't able to attend this year's PHP Unconference Hamburg Ulf Wendel has posted a great summary of the event including several photos.

I am a huge fan of the PHP Unconference. Ever since the first edition the who-is-who of the national PHP community gathers at this family style event. Very few events made it into this league from the start. Having a big name or being a sponsor, however, does not mean you make it on the session table as its the people that vote for sessions every morning. Only topics that really matter to the audience have a chance to make it.

He talks about the quality of the sessions themselves as well as some of the conversations in the in-between times (longer breaks to help make them possible). He also mentions some of the "not so goods" about the event like the scarcity of tickets, the lack of feedback on the sessions and the high marks it took to even make it as a speaker at the event. He links to some of the sponsors for this year's event and puts a request out for help with next year's event

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Link: http://blog.ulf-wendel.de/2013/php-unconference-hamburg-2013-hungry-for-more

Stubbles Blog:
PHP Unconference Hamburg a great event
September 14, 2009 @ 10:12:12

In a new post to the Stubbles blog Frank Kleine takes a look back at PHP Unconference that he both spoke at and attended.

It was a really great event with a superb organisation, from my point of view even better then the some "professional" conferences. So, first a big thank you to the hosts from the PHP Usergroup Hamburg, you did a wonderful job. [...] Thanks to everyone who attended. It was a great event with really interesting topics, chats and a fantastic atmosphere.

He mentions the talks on optimizing performance, PHP in the Enterprise, MVC in PHP and his (and Thorsten Rinne's) talk on writing testable code.

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Community News:
PHP Unconference Recaps
April 30, 2008 @ 09:37:00

This year's PHP Unconference (in Hamburg) has finished up and server in the community have posted their summaries of this year's event including:

You can check out the conference homepage for more on what went on.

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Markus Wolff's Blog:
Announcing the next unconference in Hamburg
December 19, 2007 @ 07:58:00

Markus Wolff has posted today about the next PHP unconference happening in Hamburg, Germany:

The remaining question was not if, but when should we do the next one? This question can now be answered: On the weekend of April 26th / 27th, the PHP Unconference 2008 will once again take place in our beautiful city.

They're going with the mix of predefined sessions and on-the-spot talks given by anyone that wants to get up to speak (proposed to the group attending and selected based on the popularity). It will be held there at the local University there in Hamburg again. You can keep up with the latest information on the unconfernece over on its (German only) blog.

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Job Posting:
Jimdo Seek a PHP Expert (Hamburg, Germany)
September 20, 2007 @ 16:07:00

Company Jimdo
Location Hamburg, Germany
Title PHP Expert
Summary

With Jimdo we're offering a website-creation service that's very easy to use. The usability concept, the graphical flexibility and the way it works with content are the strengths of Jimdo. We launched Jimdo in February 2007, hit the 10,000 users after only ten weeks, and are experiencing exponential growths. It's just great to see how the users are using the product and how they evidently recommend it to many of their friends. That's the biggest compliment for us - and our motivation to make Jimdo a better experience every day, by keeping the innovation speed very high. We just can't wait to see Jimdo evolve.

Working at Jimdo gives you all the freedom a small and very fast- growing start-up has to offer! We're a team of highly motivated young guys and girls who enjoy creating a superior service for our users. Our backgrounds are quite different - everyone is an expert in a certain field. Together we're a very creative team and enjoy working on a product that even our mothers use. We're not satisfied until we're proud of what we created. No matter whether it's a new usability concept, a new feature or a new cooperation model.

Jimdo seeks for an experienced developer to join our core development team. The position is full-time and is based in our office in Hamburg, Germany.

Responsibilities

  • Design and develop core software components using php
  • Participate in software design and code reviews
  • Identify and communicate best practices
  • Analyze and improve efficiency, scalability and stability in our application

Requirements

  • expert on object oriented programming (PHP5)
  • MySQL expert
  • preferably knowledge of design patterns
  • preferrably linux knowledge
  • ability to work efficiently and pragmatically.

Give Pages to the People? Please send your application via e-mail only to jobs@jimdo.com. Your contact person is Christian.

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Markus Wolff's Blog:
Announcing the PHP Unconference Hamburg
April 03, 2007 @ 09:48:00

Markus Wolff has posted an official announcement about a new event happening in Hamburg - a PHP Unconference put on by the PHP Usergroup Hamburg.

Today I have a little different blog entry for you: On behalf of the PHP Usergroup Hamburg I'm announcing the first PHP Unconference in Hamburg, Germany! The event will take place on May 5th and 6th, at the facilities of the local University (which kindly acts as a co-organizer of the event).

The idea behind the "unconference" is that only one track of talks with really be given in one of the three rooms, but more spontaneous talks in the other rooms are encouraged. Entry will cost 20 Euro (with another 20 getting you lunch for each day) and students at the university will get in free. Rooms will not be provided, so those attending without a place to stay will need to find one on their own.

For the latest updates on the conference, be sure to check out their website.

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