Speaking at Dutch PHP Conference 2009

» 09 April 2009 » In PHP, Talks »

A couple of months ago I saw a teaser post from iBuildings about the new Dutch PHP Conference in Amsterdam this year. I really like Amsterdam, so I started racking my brain to see what kind of proposal I could submit. Not a day had passed when I got an email from Cal Evans asking if I would like to give the opening keynote at the conference. Success! Of course I agreed and suggested an additional talk about distributed processing with PHP, titled “All the Little Pieces”.
The line-up for the conference looks great: Xdebug’s Derick Rethans, php|architect’s Marco Tabini, Zend Framework architect Matthew Weier O’Phinney, security guru Stefan Esser, “RESTful” Ben Ramsey, PHP core developer Scott MacVicar and many others. The early bird pricing is available until April 30, so I would encourage you to take advantage of it and come see what is bound to be a great event.

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