PHP Community Conference
The PHP Community Conference is
a conference by and for the PHP community. It's for people who care
about PHP and what they make with it.
Inspired by conferences like Webstock and Brooklyn Beta, we want to make a friendly conference for us. Together with our friends and peers, we (Ben, Lisa, and Nick) aim to inspire you to make great things with PHP.
The PHP Community Conference is a two-day event, taking place April 21st and 22nd, 2011 in Nashville, TN. We have an awesome line-up of speakers, including a keynote address by Rasmus Lerdorf.
We'll kick things off with a tutorial day that will introduce you to tools and ideas that you can use in your code right away. The second day will consist of presentations that will inspire you to create something new with PHP. With the help of our sponsors, we are able to offer admission to the entire event for $350 USD. We'll provide lunch and snacks on both days. On Friday night, we'll finish off the conference with a party featuring pecha kucha talks by our awesome attendees.
For more information and to register, check out our website at phpcon.org.
See you in Nashville!