PHP Conference London 2007

It’s back! – just doing my bit to support the UK’s premiere PHP event. And hats off to them again for honest pricing – no inflation since last year if I remember right: £50 in advance or £75 on the day. Whether I’ll be able to get there is another story but I’d like to.

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