php|works 2007 in Atlanta
php|architect is proud to announce php|works 2007, which will take place in Atlanta Georgia (USA) on September 12-14, 2007.
This year, the conference once again promises to be an excellent event for PHP developers of all levels, with talks from top PHP experts such as Derick Rethans, Chris Shiflett, Andrei Zmievski, Sara Golemon, and many more (and plenty of new faces, as well).
New Delhi PHP UnConference: Call for Speakers/Campers!
India's biggest Open Source Unconference "OSS Camp" has been scheduled for September 8 - 9, 2007 in New Delhi.
Embedded in the OSS Camp is India's first community-driven PHP Camp. PHP Camp will bring together the PHP community in a distinctly "unconference" setting. It is an intense event with discussions, demos, and interaction from all participants. Participation is free of cost!. Some of the tracks for PHP camps are Frameworks, Unit Testing, PHP Security, Performance Management, High Availability beside product specific themes like Joomla, Drupal, EZ, Dot Project camps.
Participants can add up their sessions on http://www.osscamp.in/OSSCampDelhi/index.php?title=PHP_Camp. You should restrict your sessions to 40 minutes (90 minutes in case of workshop). Your sessions should be hardcore PHP specific sessions.
php|works 2007: Call for Papers
php|works is a conference for developers. As such, our main goal is to provide talks and presentations designed to inspire programmers of all levels to improve their craft, expand their horizons and learn something new they can use on a daily basis.
The Call for Papers is open until June 27, and this year it features a whole new (and improved) speaker's compensation package.
This year's conference aims at showcasing the practical use of PHP to solve complex problems. We're looking for a great mix of theoretical and practical talks that teach our attendees new concepts, techniques and features of PHP, as well as case studies on the use of PHP in real-life, high-impact websites.
Don't forget to send in your proposals!
Paris Forum 2007 : call for papers
The AFUP, Association Française des Utilisateurs de PHP, is proud to announce the upcoming conference "Forum PHP 2007". For this unique event in France, we are looking for the best French speaking experts, who want to share their know-how and enthusiasm. This two day conference features one technical day, with the most advanced PHP techniques and a business day, with case studies and examples of successful projects.
The "Forum PHP Paris 2007" will take place in Paris on Thursday and Friday the 21th and 22th of November 2007.
Please send your proposals at email@example.com. This email must contain the following information:
- company if applicable
- a short (4-6 sentences) biography about your PHP experience
- complete name and address
- include photo for each speaker (JPEG format)
Sessions will typically be 45 minutes long followed by a 10 minutes Q&A session.
You are allowed to submit several proposals. The email must then contain the extra information:
- session title
- target audience
- short description (~10 sentences)
International PHP Conference: call for Papers
The International PHP Conference 2007 will happen from 4th to 7th November 2007 at Frankfurt-Mörfelden, Germany. The Call for Papers has just been opened. You can find more information at http://phpconference.com/cfp. Please put your proposals to http://phpconference.com/input. There are two pre-conference days with a Management Day and Power Workshops and two main conference days. The language for talks is both English and German.
DC PHP Conference 2007 : call for Papers
Join us at the 2nd Annual DC PHP Conference. Technology experts are invited to participate in the East Coast's premiere forum for PHP's vast number of users. Present your technical concepts, cutting edge applications, or business applications for an opportunity to showcase your ideas in the PHP community.
Please submit an abstract for consideration. All abstracts submitted on or before July 22, 2007 will be considered.
- Submission Deadline: July 22th, 2007
- Notification by: August 15th, 2007
The 4th Internet technologies conference will take place from June 29 till 30th in the Bulgarian seaside at city of Varna where you can combine sun, sea and technologies.
The conference as in the previous 3 years will focus on new technologies in web programming, open source and everything that stands for IT.
The conference is free of charge.
Zend/PHP Conference 2007
Don't miss the third annual Zend/PHP Conference and Expo 2007! This year's conference promises to be the best ever. Join Zend, the PHP community and leading technology companies from around the world for three days of education, learning and networking - plus an additional tutorial day. The 2007 conference will feature over 40 sessions, an exhibit hall featuring leading companies such as Adobe, IBM, PayPal and Zend, an UnConference area to stimulate impromptu discussions, and networking opportunities galore.
ZendCon2007 will feature something for everyone – from novice to advanced, business-oriented to technical-focused. You will hear from leaders in the PHP community and business experts who have implemented PHP based initiatives. Come hear from Zend as it presents a roadmap for business-critical PHP. Meet the Zend development teams. Learn more about Zend open source projects.
ZendCon 2007 promises to be the largest gathering dedicated to PHP. Plan to attend ZendCon 2007 and join the PHP community to network and learn from the best PHP minds from around the world.
For more information please see http://www.zendcon.com/.
PHP @ FrOSCon call for papers
The PHP Usergroup Dortmund is again organizing a dedicated PHP room at the Free and Open Source Conference 2007. The event will take place on August 25th and 26th in St. Augustin (near Bonn), Germany. For the dedicated PHP talks program, the call for papers is open until June 4th. Talks are accepted in English and German language. For detailed information see http://froscon.phpugdo.de.
PHP Québec conference 2007
PHP Québec is pleased to announce the fifth edition of the PHP Québec Conference. The conference will take place in Montréal, Canada on March 14-15-16th 2007. It features 2 days of technicals talks and an additional day of workshop. Among the speakers, the well know PHP experts such has: Rasmus Lerdorf, Andrei Zmievski, Derick Rethans, Ilia Alshanetsky, John Coggeshall, Damien Séguy, and many more.
The conference has three distinct tracks : Advanced Techniques, Data Availability, PHP: Beyound Theory. With over 35 sessions and workshops, the PHP Québec Conference is great opportunity to learn about the latest development and professional techniques to help you build high quality PHP software and meet with PHP.
Special prices are available for all Open Source community members and major contributors.
O'Reilly OSCON call for papers
The O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2007 will once again take place from July 23rd - 27th 2007 in Portland, Oregon, and has a PHP track as usual. The Call for Papers closes Monday February 5 2007. You can find more information at http://conferences.oreillynet.com/os2007/.
International PHP Conference 2007 Spring Edition : Call for Papers
The International PHP Conference 2007 Spring Edition will happen from May, 21st to 23rd 2007 in Stuttgart. The Call for Papers has just been opened. You can find more information at http://phpconference.com/. There's a pre-conference day on 21st of May with full day Power Workshops and a Main Conference from 22nd to 23rd of May with 1 hour sessions.
Please submit your session proposals at http://phpconference.com/input. They will be voted by the Chair board consisting of Björn Schotte (Head of Chair), Christopher Kunz and Sebastian Meyen. The language for talks is both English and German.
PHP London 2007
Chicago php|tek 2007
php|architect is proud to announce php|tek 2007, which will take place in Chicago, Illinois (USA) on May 16-18, 2007.
This year, the conference once again promises to be an excellent event for PHP developers of all levels, with talks from top PHP experts such as Rasmus Lerdorf, Chris Shiflett, Andrei Zmievski, Ilia Alshanetsky, Sara Golemon, and many more.