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Partnering with BlackMesh for php[world] Conference

Posted by on October 20, 2014

We are excited to announce that BlackMesh is the Conference Partner of our php[world] conference this November 10-14th in Washington D.C. This conference is focusing on bridging the gap between various communities to not only share experiences but to learn what the future holds for PHP as a language.

The five-day conference will bring together hundreds of developers and business executives from around the world to discuss PHP through a series of trainings, keynotes, presentations and networking. Developers will be able to share their personal involvement with PHP and open source platforms and get the opportunity to learn about new developments and project tools.

BlackMesh is recognized as a leader in providing information technology solutions across multiple platforms. It is great that BlackMesh is supporting the vision that we have had for php[world] through their sponsorship of the conference. Having the expertise and technology the bring as our Conference Partner, we believe that they will help bring a range of innovative knowledge to our attendees.

“We are excited to be a part of this event and are committed to working with all communities to discover new innovative technologies,” says Eric Mandel, President of BlackMesh. “The team from BlackMesh is looking forward to the networking opportunities and creating new connections.”

With BlackMesh’s support, we are able to put on this engaging conference and offer attendees the opportunity to take away new experiences. This conference will also offer a variety of exciting networking and social events to make lasting memories for our attendees. Registration is still available at http://world.phparch.com/pricing-and-registration/. Make sure and snag your tickets today!

For more information about php[world], visit our website: http://world.phparch.com/


Eli has been a PHP coder since the day PHP 4 was released. He's worked for numerous companies in the past, such as Digg.com, Zend Technologies, TripAdvisor, mojoLive, and Goodsie. Though found himself in love with the PHP community so deeply that he ended up here at php[architect], and loves what he does. Conferences, magazine, books, training - Teaching people the love for the language that he himself has.

 

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