SunshinePHP Developer Conference

Florida conference for PHP developers

8 9 February 2013

With such a large PHP community in Florida it's about time someone organized a PHP developer conference here, so this is it! We will be hosting some of the best speakers, latest technology, and up to date news in the industry. So register now while space is still available, and if you are a speaker please submit your talks before the call for papers ends on Dec. 1st.

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Day 1 Day 1 from 9am to 5pm Friday 8th February 2013

Day 2 Day 2 from 9am to 5pm Saturday 9th February 2013

30 known attendees

  • Corey Ballou
  • Rasmus Lerdorf
  • Jeff Carouth
  • Anthony Ferrara
  • Ben Longden
  • Bernhard Schussek
  • Beth Tucker Long
  • Adam Culp
  • Cal Evans
  • Cory Fowler
  • Davey Shafik
  • Dustin Whittle
  • Evan Coury
  • Fabien Potencier
  • Hugo Hamon
  • Javier Eguiluz
  • Jeremy Mikola
  • Jonathan H. Wage
  • Jordi Boggiano
  • Juozas Kaziukėnas
  • D. Keith Casey, Jr.
  • Kris Wallsmith
  • Larry Garfield
  • Ligaya Turmelle
  • Luke Stokes
  • Mark Brown
  • Matthew Turland
  • pmjones
  • Rowan Merewood
  • Sebastian Bergmann

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  • Adam Culp @adamculp

    Developer and Consultant, SoFloPHP UG organizer, SunshinePHP Conf organizer


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