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php[tek] Announces Mental Health Summit
February 13, 2014 @ 12:37:22

As a part of their continuous contributions back to the PHP community, php[architect] (the people behind the php[tek] conference) are hosting a special event one evening during this year's conference. The >Mental Health Summit is a joint effort between them and the work Engine Yard has done in the same area.

We are excited today to announce that, in conjunction with Engine Yard's Prompt initiative we are going to be hosting a mental health summit at php[tek] 2014. Similar to the Mentorship Summit that we hosted last year, this will be an evening event we will be hosting for conference attendees featuring four speakers taking about 15 minutes each to speak together on a central topic. We will provide dinner just before and during the summit, and an open social time afterwards so that the conversation can continue.

The speakers at the summit are Ed Finkler, Greg Baugues, Ben Marks and Paddy Foran. Each will present some of their own experiences and thoughts around mental health, especially when it comes to development communities.

Mental health concerns are serious issues that affect a large percentage of the population and includes our community. It's important that we become aware of the issues that are faced, to bring light to the problems that plague so many, and to perhaps even help those near us who are suffering quietly. Whether they realize it yet or not.
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Link: http://tek.phparch.com/mental-health-summit

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php[tek] Conference Schedule Announced
January 24, 2014 @ 10:17:47

php[architect], the group behind the php[tek] conference has officially released the schedule for this year's event. This year's conference is in Chicago and runs May 19th through the 23rd.

Topics to be presented at this year's conference include:

  • Build your first Symfony2 application
  • Introduction to OAuth
  • How to hack conversations
  • What to expect from Drupal 8
  • Threading in PHP
  • HHVM in 2014
  • Two factor authentication and you

...and lots more. You can check out the full schedule here and pick up tickets at the Early Bird price on the conference site.

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Link: http://tek.phparch.com/schedule/

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[php]tek 2014 Announced
September 10, 2013 @ 12:04:26

On the [php]architect site today there's a new post about the next edition of their [php]tek conference coming in 2014.

Once again we are planning on hosting our annual php conference: php[tek] in Chicago, IL. You'll find everything that you love about our conferences again, but also a number of new events and activities that are being planned this year. Check out the website to find more details about the conference this year or lock in your registration early to make sure you will be there. More details will be released over time, and keep an eye out for our Call for Papers that will happen in the coming months.

The 2014 edition of [php]tek will be held in the same place as year's past and will be happening May 19th through the 23rd. There's also several events already planned for next year's event including an open social night, a hackathon and "newcomer sessions" (to introduce people new to [php]tek about activities and the community). You can already pick up your tickets at the Early Bird rates until February 15th, 2014.

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Link: http://www.phparch.com/2013/09/phptek-returns-in-2014/


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