By Tobias Schlitt, first published at Thu, 21 Mar 2013 09:46:23 +0100
PHP Unconference Europe is an amazing PHP community meet-up. We would love to help you experience this event and therefore raffle 2 x 1 ticket (viable for non-german as well as german participants).
In order to take part in the raffle, just complete the following sentence in a Tweet:
PHP quality is … /cc @qafoo
Replace the "…" with something that you consider important for software quality in your PHP projects and CC our Twitter account (required). Be creative, think about what you use most, what gains the biggest benefits or what you would love to improve. Are you using a special development method? Is there a specifically cool tool you use? Are you missing something important in your project?
PHP Unconference is a very popular PHP community event, originally taking place in Hamburg, Germany. In style of a BarCamp, the program is not decided upfront, but voted by all participants at the beginning of the conference day. Everybody can propose or request sessions, so every attendee can also be a speaker.
As a result, most sessions are not teaching style, but whole-room discussions, spontaneous joint-ventures of multiple speakers or other kinds of experience-sharing. With that, PHP Unconference is not only a great event to share experience, but also to try out giving presentations and to build a reputation as a speaker.
PHP Unconference EU is the international version of PHP Unconference, which already took place in Manchester in 2011. The upcoming version will be in Berlin on May 4th and 5th 2013. Even if you don't win the tickets, we can highly recommend going there.
Mentioning @qafoo is required to take part in the raffle. End date is Monday, March 25th timezone Europe/Berlin. We will raffle the tickets among all participants using PHPs
mt_rand() function. Multiple tweets by the same person are welcome, but will not raise the probability to win. Obviously, bots, spam accounts and other suspects will be ignored. Legal action is ruled out.