Announcing May events - J. Boye in Philadelphia, phpDay in Verona, and PHPKonf in Istanbul

This May find us at some inviting conferences! Ivo will be speaking at J. Boye in Philadelphia, accompanied by Vjeran, and at PHPKonf in Istanbul, while in Verona we’ll have an interesting raffle prepared for you at phpDay.

J. Boye Philadelphia 16 conference, May 3-5, will feature 8 conference tracks on branding, content, collaboration, design, intranet, leadership, personalization, technology, and much more. In the company of the world-class speakers such as Janus Boye, the founder of J. Boye, John Stepper, author of “Working Out Loud”, and Steven Pemberton of W3C and CWI, our Ivo will talk about the importance of layout and block management on the last day of the conference. Meet him and Vjeran to talk CMS, eZ Publish, web design, and web development!

Ivo will continue his tour in Verona where he will attend phpDay, a 2-day conference dedicated solely to PHP development, technologies, and management from 13th to 14th of May. We are particularly excited because Ivo will hold a raffle where you can win the ticket for PHP @ Web Summer Camp! Our last year’s winner had a great time at the Summer Camp, why wouldn’t it be you this year? :)

Finally, Ivo will be speaking at PHPKonf in Istanbul. The conference, held on May 21-22, will feature the latest technologies and up to date news in PHP. In his talk on the first day, Ivo will present how to make your web solutions more flexible with Symfony-based layout and block management.

If you’re around, feel free to call in. See you!

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