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The New Zealand PHP Conference taking place in Wellington this year

21 Jul 2015

PHP and web developers will be descending on Wellington come September for the 2015 New Zealand PHP Conference.

Specifically designed for PHP and web developers in mind, the conference is a three-day event consisting on a number of high-level technical sessions.

The conference is run over the 3rd and 4th September 2015, with a pre-conference tutorial day held on the 2nd of September. The conference will be held at Victoria University.

With an agenda packed full of speakers and workshops, the event organisers expect the conference to be a sell out event.

The New Zealand PHP Conference is your chance to share ideas, collect valuable knowledge and collaborate with your peers.

For more information on the event or to buy tickets, click here.

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