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FYI: PHP-Unconference in Hamburg/Germany

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We the PHP Usergroup Hamburg are pleased to announce the 2007 PHP
Unconference. Together with the University of Hamburg and HITeC e.V. we
are planning an unforgettable event.

This community driven event aims to enhance the exchange of ideas and
experience for all PHP user at various levels. This PHP Unconference
will take place on the 5th and 6th of May at the
Universiy of Hamburg.

This community driven event aims to encourage the exchange of ideas
and experience for PHP users at all levels.
This PHP Unconference will take place on the 5th and 6th of May at the
University of Hamburg.

As always, this unconf has no preset agenda, instead an ad hoc session
list will be drawn up by the attendees.
This is created by those wanting to talk and those wanting to listen.
Each and every participant is asked to prepare at least one subject
which they feel comfortable talking about. It's simply not that
commercial it's about the people, the community and the subjects that
matter most.

120 spaces are available and registration is required. Due to minor
financial overheads we are obliged to ask for a 20 Euro entry fee.
However students go free and Catering is available upon request.
Accommodation is not available on site but we are happy to help where
required.

More details and the registration form can be found here:
http://www.php-unconference.de/registration.html

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user input.
We look forward to seeing you!

For the PHP Usergroup Hamburg, Hinrich Sager
Apr 24 '07 #1
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