The Call of Papers for ZendCon 2012 has officially opened and it’s a starter’s pistol heard round the world. Click on in for links that will help you put your best foot forward and give you the best chance of being accepted.
Having reached its 4th edition, the event looks back on its predecessors, specially 2009 and 2008, which have all been an amazing success, both in attendance and in not only the quality of the topics covered and the detail in which they have been approached, but also in the fin and general good spirits that reign throughout the experience.
The ZendCon 2010 Call for Papers has been extended to May 17th
Due to comments on the originally short time-frame allowed for the CFP, we have extended the deadline to May 17th to allow a more reasonable time for submissions. We have also clarified the speaker expenses in the updated text below.
Join the largest gathering of the PHP Community at 2010 Zend/PHP Conference. ZendCon will be held November 1 – 4, 2010 in Santa Clara, California, and is a unique opportunity to share knowledge and expertise with the PHP Community. Attendees will include developers, architects, development managers, decision makers, core PHP developers, prominent community members, and so many more.
The scope of the conference will span the entire development lifecycle from inception through production. We will welcome talk submissions for all skill levels in…
The 2010 Spring Edition of the International PHP Conference (IPC) has opened up it’s call for papers
A brand new conference is on the horizon! PHP Benelux, one of the largest PHP user groups, is hosting a conference of their own in Antwerp, Belgium, on Saturday January 30th. They’ve announced their Call for Papers is open until October 31st.
ConFoo.ca, the spiritual successor to PHP Quebec, is happening March 10-12, 2010, and has announced their Call for Papers is open until November 13th.
Stefan Koopmanschap has let us know that the first phpBenelux conference (happening in 2010) has been announced!
The Call for Papers has gone out for the International PHP Conference 2009 Fall Edition in Karlsruhe, Germany from November 16th through 19th. This year in addition of the main conference, they are having Workshops, an Uncon, an Architecture Day, and a MySQL Day. The Call for Papers ends on June 6th.