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PHP UK Conference 2009

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
Friday February 27th
Olympia Conference Centre, London
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LinuxCon Portland, OR

Tuesday, June 16th, 2009


LinuxCon is a new annual technical conference that will provide an unmatched collaboration and education space for all matters Linux. LinuxCon will bring together the best and brightest that the Linux community has to offer, including core developers, administrators, end users, community managers and industry experts. In being the conference for “all matters Linux”, LinuxCon will be informative and educational for a wide range of attendees. We will not only bring together all of the best technical talent but the decision makers and industry experts who are involved in the Linux community.  LinuxCon features:

Top Notch Speaking Talent
LinuxCon brings you the best and the brightest in speaking talent, ranging from Linus Torvalds and Mark Shuttleworth to Bob Sutor and Joe Brockmeier.

Innovative and Abundant Content
In addition to keynotes, roundtable panels and 75 conference sessions, LinuxCon brings you a range of tutorials, lightning talks, BoFs and other programming.

Wide Variety of Opportunities to Connect
Outside of the classroom, we offer a variety of ways to learn and connect with your peers, including evening events, developer lounges, a technology showcase and much more.

Added Value of Co-Located Events
Adding benefit to your attendance at LinuxCon, you can also choose to take part in one of the other co-located events, including the Linux Plumbers Conference, OpenSUSE Workshop, FOSS DevCamp, LDAPCon and more.

For the Community, by the Community
LinuxCon is organized by The Linux Foundation, a non-profit consortium working with the community to protect, promote and standardize Linux.

Who Should Attend:
Software Developers, Linux IT Professionals, Corporate End Users, Senior Executives Industry Experts, Community Managers, Students, Media and anyone else with an interest in the Linux ecosystem.

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The Dutch PHP Conference 2009

Monday, February 2nd, 2009

The Dutch PHP Conference, June 11-13 2009  Amsterdam

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TestFest 2009

Sunday, January 25th, 2009







The TestFest is an event that aims at improving the code coverage of the test suite for the PHP language itself. As part of this event, local User Groups (UG) are invited to join the TestFest. These UGs can meet physically or come together virtually. The point however is that people network to learn together. Aside from being an opportunity for all of you to make friends with like minded people in your (virtual) community, it also will hopefully reduce the work load for the mentors. All it takes is someone to organize a UG to spearhead the event and to get others involved in writing phpt tests. The submissions will then be reviewed by members of before getting included in the official test suite.


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PHPCon Italia 2009

Sunday, January 4th, 2009

March 18-20 2009 – Roma, Italia

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PHP |tek Chicago 2009

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008


php|tek 2009, the premiere conference for PHP professionals. This edition of php|tek will, once again, take place in Chicago, Illinois, between May 19 and 22, 2009.

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PHP Quebec 2009

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008


PHP Quebec is pleased to present the seventh edition of the PHP Quebec Conference. On March 4-6, PHP experts will be presenting real life solutions to developers and project managers at the prestigious Hilton Bonaventure, located downtown Montreal.

With events such has the PHPLab, the Job Fair and the Cocktail, the Conference will be a great opportunity to meet with local experts, Core PHP Developers and sponsors.

The PHPLab
Unlike the traditional workshops, The PHPLab is a unique concept where a group of people and a moderator are invited to ask questions and propose solutions to real scenarios. Bring your laptop and grasp the power of PHP!

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