PHPCon East 2003
  PHPCon East 2003 - PHP Conference, New York City, April 23-25, 2003
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PHPCon East 2003
23-25 April 2003
Park Central Hotel
New York City
New York
USA
PHPCon East 2003
April 23-25, 2003

Park Central Hotel
870 Seventh Avenue at 56th Street
New York City, New York 10019-4038

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Register before March 31st, 2003 and save $100 off the price of tutorials or sessions. Save $190 when you purchase the tutorial and conference session package.

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PHPCon East 2003:
Bigger & Better

Building on the success of the first PHPCon, we have returned with an expanded conference for PHP developers.

  • Six three-hour PHP tutorials on Day One!
  • Three tracks: Enterprise PHP, Application Development, and XML & Web Services.
  • Opening Keynote by Rasmus Lerdorf.
PHPCon in the News

The first PHPCon with Michael Radwin's talk on Making the case for PHP at Yahoo! generated a number of stories the media. Read up on it.

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Closing Keynote announced, Zeev Suraski, CTO of Zend, on PHP 5, Zend Engine 2 and the Future of PHP.
February 8, 2003

PHPCon East 2003 website goes live.
January 28, 2003

 Rasmus Lerdorf: Keynote Speaker Opening Keynote
Tips & Tricks
Rasmus Lerdorf
Inventor of PHP
Yahoo!
Zeev Suraski: Keynote Speaker Closing Keynote: PHP 5, Zend Engine 2 and the Future of PHP
Zeev Suraski
Co-founder & CTO
Zend
 George Schlossnagle
High Performance PHP

Dr. Strangeresult or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Unit Testing
George Schlossnagle
OmniTI
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