We love our community and we’re always astonished how they build additional tools for the conference.
Just the other day, one of our attendees decided to build a mobile app for our conference. Big kudos to Paul Edenburg for working out this app. 👏
If you want to have the PHPBenelux schedule at hand on your mobile, go and check out Paul’s creation at https://phpbenelux2020.glideapp.io/.
You can also use the QR-code below
On September 30 we have closed our Call for Proposals (CfP). We received 398 proposals in total from 126 different speakers.
We have made our selection of tutorial speakers and are awaiting their confirmation.
In the mean time we’re going through the regular talk proposals trying to come up with a short-list of talks, but this process is taking a long time because there are many great talks sent in.
We hope to finalise our short-list and get all tutorial speaker confirmation this week so we can start our ticket sales by the beginning of November.
A few more days and our CfP will close. If you haven’t done so, now is a good time to send in your ideas for talks and/or workshops.
Head over to https://cfp.phpbenelux.eu, register and send us your amazing content.
Our CfP closes on Monday, September 30 2019, so hurry if you want your talk to be included!
We are happy to announce we have opened our Call for Proposals (CfP) website where we invite you to send us your ideas for workshops and talks.
Go to https://cfp.phpbenelux.eu where you can register and send your contents you would love to talk about.
Talks run for 50 minutes with a 10 minute Q&A at the end. Workshops are 3 hours.
We offer complete compensation for travel and lodging and have airport or train station runs so you don’t have to worry about getting to the venue. More details at our CfP website.
This CfP is open until September 30, 2019 and closes at midnight.