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----- Forwarded message from Marc MERLIN <marc_news@merlins.org> -----

Date: Wed, 18 Sep 2002 13:34:01 -0700
From: Marc MERLIN <marc_news@merlins.org>
Subject: [svlug] Announce: PHPCon 2002
To: svlug@lists.svlug.org

If you are interested...
(call for papers/talks and announcement for the conf)

----- Forwarded message from Monica Ortiz <monica@mktgevents.com> -----

Finally, a technical conference in the US by and for PHP Developers and Aficionados! 

PHPCon 2002 
The Clarion Hotel SFO 
Millbrae, California 
October 24-25, 2002 

PHPCon 2002 is the first US based, all PHP technical conference, giving PHP the exposure it deserves as the leading choice for solving the Web problem. We're interested in what you, the PHP professional, are working on. 

*Submit a Work In Progress (WIP) Report -- WIPs are the perfect opportunity to present your development project,
white paper topic, or cool idea for valuable discussion and feedback. Share your information and ideas with peers and gurus. Student submissions are also welcome. Please send a one page summary of your WIP topic by September 23, 2002 to Bryan Richard at bryan@phpj.com. WIP topics will be included, as space allows, in both the conference web site and attendee programs. 

*Schedule a Birds of a Feather (BoF) Sessions -- Meet your peers and share your knowledge through these popular,
informal, evening gatherings of like-minded individuals around a specific topic. BoFs can be scheduled online or on-site. 

*Register and Attend the first PHP Conference of its kind in the US! If you eat, sleep, and breathe web development -- if you have your hands in PHP everyday -- we have what you need. No other conference in the US is placing PHP front and center as the language for solving web problems like PHPCon. PHPCon 2002 offers attendees a comprehensive, practical technical program including: 

- Keynote by Rasmus Lerdorf, Inventor of PHP 
- Three Technical tracks including Enterprise PHP, Applications Development, and XML/CMS. 
- Best Practices from gurus and greats such as Dirk Elemendorf of Rackspace, Introduction to SOAP for PHP with Shane Caraveo, ActiveState, Reading the PHP Source with Zak Greant, MySQL, and High Performance PHP: Profiling and Benchmarking Techniques with George Schlossnagle, OmniTI, and Intro to XML with PHP4 by Chris Hubbard, Wild Characters. 
- Opportunities to meet and mingle with peers, gurus, and greats in a relaxed, congenial setting. 

Don?t miss this unique opportunity. Register online today and save $100 off the registration price. Submit a WiP, a BoF, or simply log on to www.php-con.com to check out the program and speakers. 

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