Tag Archives: ZendCon

ZendCon 2009 Video Blog: Day 1

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This is it! It’s day 1 of ZendCon. Opening Keynote, Evening Reception, and much more, plus today’s daily Video Blog for you:

ZendCon 2009 Video Blog: T-1 Day

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The daily video blog of ZendCon 2009 continues. It’s now only 1 day until ZendCon officially kicks off with tutorial day.

ZendCon ’09 is two weeks away!

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ZendCon is now only two weeks away, and we’ve been hard at work in preparing for it. We’ve got a number of things in the works that we hope you are going to really enjoy!

Move That Bus!

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Jason Austin & Garrison Locke have a story to tell. They attended the 2nd Annual ZendCon, thinking that they knew PHP really well. They were on top of things, and would be on par, or even more knowledgeable than the average attendee. Once they sat in their first session, by Matthew Weier O’Phinney, they realized that they were sorely lacking and that their world was changing out from under them. This is their story.

ZendCon UnCon Announcements

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The Chair of this year’s ZendCon UnCon (Keith Casey) has published details about how the UnConference will be run this year, and how to start submitting papers!

ZendCon 2009 Updates

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Preparations for ZendCon 2009 are moving along and it’s less than 2 months away! Plus the Early Bird registration discount ends tomorrow, (Friday, 8/28). Read on to learn about some of the sessions and keynotes we have planned, as well as how to keep in touch with other ZendCon attendees.

Contest: Free ZendCon Passes for User Groups!

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Zend and S&S support local PHP user groups, and will be providing a limited
number of free ZendCon passes for user groups to distribute to active members
who might not have the financial wherewithal otherwise.