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phpGG Frontend Special

phpGG Frontend Special

24.Jan.2009 - 25.Jan.2009
Den Haag, the Netherlands

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The new year has just started, and to start off well the dutch PHP usergroup (phpGG) is organizing a frontend-oriented event. This event is intended for developers who get in touch with client-side technology. Not just PHP developers, also frontend developers, and everyone who has to deal with frontend stuff in some way.

Whether you deal with frontends on a daily basis, or are curious to the possibilities of making a new application more attractive in a graphical sense, you can't miss out on this day. Besides all this, it's also an excellent opportunity to get a (free!) membership of phpGG!

On this day, several common frontend technologies will be discussed. For example, there will be a presentation of using Adobe Flex/Air together with PHP, Microsoft Silverlight together with PHP and AJAX together with PHP.

This event is organized by phpGG, and sponsored by Itera. For the when, where and how to get that free membership, check out the phpGG website (dutch) for all the information
Ticket Info: 15 euro pre-sale, 25 euro at the door


TALK User Experience op het Web (05:00)
Bram Veenhof
Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK Flex and AIR for PHP programmers (05:00)
Mihai Corlan
Rating: 5 of 5 2
TALK Javascript: 8 Reasons Every PHP Developer Should Love It (05:00)
Boy Baukema
Rating: 5 of 5 2
TALK Het frontend is je beste vriend (05:00)
Robert Jan Verkade
Rating: 5 of 5 2

24.Jan.2009 at 18:06 by berry__ (Feedback)

Had a great time today at the talks. I especially liked Mihai's, Boy's and Robert Jan's talks. I didn't really understand the community plugging however (fronteers, phpWomen), but I didn't mind it either. Concluding: I had a nice time and it was informative. Go on like that!

25.Jan.2009 at 06:05 by Cal Smith (Feedback)

Well organized. Well done. The content was good, as well, if you try and, for a moment, forget the Microsoft commerical at the beginning. But again, in terms of the event organization itself, it came over very professional and well thought through.

25.Jan.2009 at 20:32 by Klaas...., (Feedback)

I had a very nice time, content was very good. The Microsoft talk was a bit out of place. Surprising location (very nice, pirates, sharks etc !), cab driver was surprised to find a theatre in that location, being a cab driver for 30 years in Den Haag. Couldn't read the code during Mihai's talk, but that is a minor issue. My compliments to phpGG.

25.Jan.2009 at 21:14 by rickmb (29 comments) (Feedback)

Great day, well organized, really enjoyed it. With the exception of the somewhat misplaced Microsoft presentation, all talks were both entertaining and informative, and would have been worthy of any major conference. Some minor things might have been better (better overhead projection, wifi), but for the price of a cheap lunch one really can't complain.

26.Jan.2009 at 08:42 by felixdv (41 comments) (Feedback)

While I couldn't attend the first presentation, I was still amazed by the good organization and the cosy venue. Everything went smoothly, the talks were interesting and varied enough and the lunch was good.
I'd definitely attend such a special again the next time, congrats to the organization and the speakers!

27.Jan.2009 at 13:26 by mart (1 comments) (Feedback)

Great way to organize an event! I arrived during lunch (breakfast?), so that was a nice start. Nice presentations in the afternoon, phpWomen have my vote ;-)

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