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Old 06-08-2010, 09:24 PM   #1
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"Event Announcment: PHP | OSI Days 2010 - Asia's Largest PHP Conference"


I am contacting you on behalf of the organizing team for OSI Days 2010 - the largest conference on Open Source in Asia.

Started as LinuxAsia 2004 by the Forum for Open Source Initiative in India (FOSII), the conference brings the open source community and the industry together every year. OSI Days 2010 promises to be the richest conference experience in the series. The conference focuses on FOSS Developers, Architects, IT Managers, CXO, Academicians and Students and serves as the platform for discussing various open source concepts, technologies and projects including Mobile Development, Web Development, LAMP Stack, Business Management, e Governance, Drupal, Javascript, Databases, Hardware, etc.

PHP and related Web Technologies is a key track of OSI Days 2010, so much so that we are organizing a PHP Sub-conference as part of OSI Days 2010.The conference is scheduled for September 19-21, 2010 in Chennai (India).

Please help us promote the conference by sending out an announcement. I am including the call for paper for the conference with this email.

Thank you

PHP | OSI Days 2010: Participate at the confluence of PHP's finest!
PHP | OSI Days 2010 is the premier PHP conference being organised at Asia's largest Open Source Conference - OSI Days 2010. We invite you to come and lead a tutorial / session or participate in Panel Discussions at OSI Days 2010 specifically for the PHP domain. The last date for submitting a proposal is 15th June 2010.
OSI Days 2010 is being organized on 19-21 September 2010 at Chennai trade center, Chennai, INDIA.

* Open Source Enthusiast
* Developer/ Hacker/ Techie/ Geek
* IT Manager/ CXO
* Open Source Entrepreneur
* Designer/ UI Expert
* Open Source Trainer/ Educationists

* Cloud Computing: Tools and Platforms, Cloudnomics, Cloud for Dummies & Others
* PHP: PHP 5 & 6, PHP Security, Frameworks, Architecture / QA & Best Practices
* Drupal: Best Practices, Module Development, Theme Development, Scaling/ Management/ Performance & Others
* Databases: MySQL, NoSQL, CouchDB, PostgreSQL, Ingres, SQLite & Others
* Java Script
* Developer / Tools & Techniques

* 45 minute Session
* 45 minute Panel Discussion
* Half Day tutorial / workshop
* Full Day tutorial / workshop

1) Free of Marketing talks / self promotion / company promotion: Please speak about ideas/ technology/ business and not about yourself or your company. Talk about Open Source Projects/ Products and not strictly commercial closed source products.
2) Clearly identify your target audience and what are the pre-requisites while submitting the proposal
3) Have a clear title and limit the scope of your proposal to something specific rather than trying to cover too much

OSI Days offers its speakers tremendous opportunities for exposure and recognition as an industry leader. Your session will attract many technical & Business professionals interested in learning from your example, expertise and experience. In appreciation of your contributions as a Conference Speaker, we provide you many benefits, read them in full detail at

For more details and registration please visit our website


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