NYCPHP Meetup

NYPHP Celebrates One Year and Presents: Introducing PHP 5, March 25th

Hans Zaunere noreply at nyphp.org
Fri Mar 7 17:58:43 EST 2003


-- Complete Details at http://nyphp.org --
-- Please RSVP at http://nyphp.org/rsvp --

This will be another packed meeting, with a lot of material to cover.  Please
arrive on time and RSVP.


New York PHP Presents...

March 25th, 2003 @ 6:30pm at Digital Pulp, Inc.

New York PHP Celebrates One Year
"Introducing PHP 5"

Only a year has passed since New York PHP formed, putting us in a very
exciting time for all things PHP. With the unwavering support of so many,
NYPHP has become an icon of PHP development and community. Thank You.

There's no better way to celebrate than with a look at the future of PHP. 
PHP 5 is expected to be ready for primetime by year's end, and with it will
come a new level of Internet pragmatics and functionality. Sporting a copious
set of new and enhanced features, including a distributed and revised
extension system, PHP 5 employs the Zend Engine 2. With an evolutionary
refinement of its Object Model, ZE2 will provide a robust and efficient
framework for developing PHP applications, and the revolutionary prospect of
native support and integration of Java, COM and .NET components.

Join us this March as PHP core developer Sterling Hughes gives us an in-depth
introduction to the future of PHP.


As always this meeting is free and open to the public, with complete meeting
and location details at http://nyphp.org  -  and please be sure to RSVP at
http://nyphp.org/rsvp so we can prepare enough seating and drinks.

PHP and AMP Technology Training is now available for the Tri-State area,
April 21-22.  Please see http://nyphp.org/training.php for details.

Thank you,


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Hans Zaunere
President, New York PHP
http://nyphp.org
noreply at nyphp.org



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