Zend PHP Conference 2011
The 7th Annual Zend PHP Conference (ZendCon) will take place October 17-20, 2011, In Santa Clara, California. ZendCon is the largest gathering of the PHP Community and brings together PHP developers and IT managers from around the world to discuss PHP best practices and explore new technologies.
At ZendCon, you’ll learn from a variety of technical sessions and in-depth tutorials. International industry experts, renowned thought-leaders and experienced PHP practitioners, will discuss PHP best practices and explore future technological developments. ZendCon 2011 will focus on ways that PHP fits into major trends in the IT world. The primary conference themes are Cloud Computing, Mobile and User Experience, and Enterprise and Professional PHP.
An Exhibit Hall featuring industry leaders offers a space to meet innovative companies and unique networking opportunities are at hand.
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