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
Expanded Program: New Birds-of-a-Feather Meetings Added.
Why Attend PHPCon East 2003?

No other conference in the US is placing PHP front and center as the language for solving web problems like PHPCon.

If you eat, sleep, and breathe web development -- if you have your hands in PHP everyday -- we have what you need:

  • A special focus on PHP at the enterprise level (case studies, large system maintanence, caching and optimization).
  • Best Practices from the leaders of the PHP Community like Rasmus Lerdorf, Sterling Hughes, Stig Bakken, and others.
  • Talks on new technologies and tools for getting the job done.
  • See and be seen at BoFs and WiPs.

You walk away from PHPCon with more than a bag full of flyers. You leave ready to go to work.

Who Should Attend?
  • PHP Programmers and Developers
  • Web Site Developers and Administrators
  • E-Commerce Professionals
  • Database Developers and Administrators
  • ISP Providers
  • Enterprise Systems Professionals
  • Daemons, elePHPants, Penguins, and their friends

In 2002, with the first PHPCon, we brought the PHP community together for one of the best conferences of that year. No one went home unhappy and the only PHP question anyone had at the end of the conference was, "When is the next one?"

It's PHPCon's first trip to the East coast and we intend it make it a memorible one. Come join us.

Still Unsure?

Not convinced? We have people whose job it is to make you feel good about attending the conference. Email the program chair, Bryan Richard, directly with any questions or concerns you might have.

PHPCon East 2003

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