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23 January 2018

CFP almost over!

The call for papers is nearing it's end, and although we already have a great amount of...

The call for papers is nearing it's end, and although we already have a great amount of superb submissions we're always looking for more quality content. This will be your final chance to take the stage at the Amsterdam RAI in June, all you need to do is to fill out the CFP form. In return we offer the speaker package for the selected speakers...

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19 December 2017

Call for papers is open!

Speakers, the call for papers is now open! We’re looking for high-quality, technical sessions...

Speakers, the call for papers is now open! We’re looking for high-quality, technical sessions from speakers who can cover advanced topics and keep our demanding audience inspired. Tutorials are 3 or 6 hours in length and the standard conference sessions should be 45 minutes. We’re very excited to see what you can come up with...

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19 December 2017

Call for sponsors

Sponsoring the DPC means over 600 web developers in one place with the possibility to engage them...

Sponsoring the DPC means over 600 web developers in one place with the possibility to engage them personally. Last year we had over 600 participants at the Dutch PHP Conference, and the feedback provided shows that again we have delivered a high quality conference which will draw even more developers in this year.

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19 December 2017

We're Back!

We're back! And we are glad to announce that we’ll be organising the 12th! edition of the...

We're back! And we are glad to announce that we’ll be organising the 12th! edition of the Dutch PHP Conference, which will be held in Amsterdam from June 7 to 9 2018. Thursday the 7th will be the tutorial day and June 8 and 9 will be the main conference days. Ticket sales will start in March.

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27 November 2015

Code of Conduct

At the DPC we never had a Code of Conduct before. Why not? Because we assumed that a gathering of...

At the DPC we never had a Code of Conduct before. Why not? Because we assumed that a gathering of intelligent people did not need one. Two years ago we introduced our Code of Conduct because it’s brought to our attention that bad things do happen at conferences and we do not tolerate any inappropriate behaviour at DPC.

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