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PHPBenelux Conference 2010 Live Report

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Not able to attend the PHPBenelux Conference 2010, but you would like to see what is going on? Check in to the Live reporting page where Stijn Janssen will be reporting live during today's conference, from the start until the end. The live report is sponsored by Nocus, who graciously provided a netbook for our live reporter to do his reporting on.

Report Live From The Conference!

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We have a surprise for our delegates: In collaboration with Nocus we have set up a special Live Reporting system for those that were unable to grab a ticket for the conference, to be able to get a good idea of how the conference is and what information the delegates are getting from it, in the hopes that those that do not attend can also get this information. And one of our delegates will be able to take the role of journalist at our conference to do a live report! »»»

Speaker: Eric Ritchie

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Representing one of our main sponsors, Zend, we added Eric Ritchie to the schedule. But don't be afraid for boring sponsor-talk, because Eric is consultant and trainer for Zend and will be giving us a highly technical talk about generating PDFs using Zend Framework and the JavaBridge. From concept to implementation, he will fill a 30 minute slot jampacked with awesome technologies.

Ibuildings Conference Social

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There is less than one week left until the conference, and every single member of the crew is getting more and more excited about it. We're really looking forward to the conference and seeing all of you there! But what is a conference without a social event? »»»

Speakers: Patrick Allaert and Davide Mendolia

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Tailing logfiles. A common way for people to check for errors. But this process is cumbersome. During the PHPBenelux Conference 2010, we are very happy to learn about an alternative to this practice, the open source projects APM and Pinba, which allow you to monitor your application in an easy way. Speakers Patrick Allaert and Davide Mendolia will go into these tools to make it easier to keep track of what is happening with your application.

Announcing our premier sponsors: Zend and Data Flow

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Organizing a conference is not something you do every day. You also can not do it on your own. Especially a non-profit organization such as PHPBenelux can not fund such a conference on their own. We are very happy with the support of our many sponsors, big and small. You can see their logo's here on the site, and click through to their website to have a look at their offerings. »»»

Say what? Sold out?

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Amazing. That is probably the only word that can describe the situation we are currently in. Even before our early bird closed, the PHPBenelux Conference 2010 sold out! Something we definitely did not expect and did not even dare to hope for. »»»

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