NYCPHP Meetup

[nycphp-announce] next at nyphp: The PHP Job Market; PHP-GTK Applications; DIFFERENT ROOM AT IBM

Hans Zaunere noreply at nyphp.org
Mon Sep 27 09:24:06 EDT 2004


Editor's Note:

There are a couple key updates regarding the meeting tomorrow, Tuesday
the 28th:

       Where:  590 Madison Avenue, Room 306 <<-- different room
Post-Meeting:  TGI Fridays at Lexington and 56th


Special Meeting Presentation:

The PHP Job Market

Zend's Daniel Kushner explores the ins and outs of businesses that rely
on PHP technology. Daniel will discuss the current status of the market,
its size, the large players who use PHP, who is hiring, who is
developing and who is making sure that PHP becomes the enterprise
development and deployment platform of choice.



New York PHP September Meeting
------------------------------

        When: September 28th, 2004 at 6:30pm *sharp*
       Where: 590 Madison Avenue, Room 306 <<-- different room
Post-Meeting: TGI Fridays at Lexington and 56th

IMPORTANT: All attendees MUST RSVP by 3:00pm on September 27th. IBM
Security will not let you in the building if your name isn't listed.
RSVP online at http://nyphp.org/rsvp.php

     Details: http://nyphp.org

New York PHP kicks off a full fall meeting schedule with a look at
PHP-GTK by New York PHPer and active developer Joel De Gan.  Join us in
September at our IBM location and learn about PHP on the desktop with
the revitalized GTK extension.

Skinable and Portable Desktop Applications with PHP-GTK

Take PHP-GTK to the bleeding edge by creating functions and using
existing ones to generate applications that are skinnable and dynamic.
Joel will also be taking skinning and the PHP-GTK to it's limit by
showing a new skeleton engine for building dynamic maps for games in
PHP-GTK using sprites.

Join Joel and New York PHP to see some exciting new code and techniques
with PHP-GTK.  Information on PHP-GTK isn't always easy to come by so
you won't want to miss this presentation and opportunity to speak with
Joel.  Platinum sponsor IBM has provided a great room with seating for
plenty.

APress and Sams have provided a great selection of books for meeting
attendees. Come prepared with a business card to enter the raffle.

        When: September 28th, 2004 at 6:30pm *sharp*
       Where: IBM 590 Madison Avenue, Room 306 <<-- different room
Post-Meeting: TGI Fridays at Lexington and 56th

Join us after the meeting for good food and discussion!

As always this meeting is free and open to the public.

Be sure to RSVP online at http://nyphp.org/rsvp.php

IMPORTANT:
All attendees MUST RSVP by 3:00pm on September 27th. IBM Security will
not let you in the building if your name isn't listed.  RSVP online at
http://nyphp.org/rsvp.php


---
Hans Zaunere
President
New York PHP
http://nyphp.org





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