After the last years on Majorca an a lot of great topics which are not directly PHP related, we decided to change the focus of the PHPucEU more into Web Engineering. Therefore we change the name to Web Engineering Unconference Europe or WEucEU.
we are very much looking forward to seeing you all on Marjoca this weekend! It's going to be two (and a half) awesome days filled with topics that really matter to you.
It's not just the sessions we are looking forward to, but every minute we can spend with you. There will be a pre-party on Friday and an after show party on Saturday, thanks to our sponsor trivago.
In case you are not sure what you have to expect: http://www.phpuceu.org/introducing-phpuceu/how-it-works/
Unfortunately we don't have a sponsor for the preparty. So please make sure to have some money on you.
Friday at 7 pm
Passeig de Mallorca, 14A
Illes Balears, Spanien
Public transport from bus stop
starting at the hotel: 64-Joan Miró 144, Spanien
exiting 54-Jaume III 22
then go a few steps back and turn right
The PHPucEU starts on
Saturday at 9:30 am
Sunday 10:00 am
Hotel Catalonia Majorica
Carrer Garita 3
07015 Palma de Majorca
The detailed timetable can be found on our homepage: http://www.phpuceu.org/2015/05/04/timetable-phpuceu-2015/
The After-party on saturday is hosted by trivago
Party starts at 6:00 pm
Avenida Joan Miró, 147 . 07015. Palma
We'll have a beer or two, get some pizza and we'll have the possibility to watch the champion league final starting at 9:00 pm
All this is only possible thanks to our awesome sponsors: trivago, shopware, Aspera and Syseleven
And a big thank you to Zend for providing us with a couple of elePHPants
If you're worried about food supply:
During the event itself (Saturday morning until afternoon and Sunday morning until afternoon) breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks are provided and included in your ticket.
Looking forward to see you and safe travels!
It has been quite a long time since the last PHP Unconference last year. We hope you all have had a good christmas and a good start to the new year!
We would like to remind you that the PHP Unconference 2016 takes place on the 28th and 29th May on the island of Mallorca and we would be happy to see you there. So if you like meeting other PHP folks exchange about hot topics you decide follow the link and joins us!
Its nearly 3 months ago that I have seen you on the island of Mallorca for the PHPucEU 2015 and I am still memorizing the event everyday because I absolutely loved learning new stuff and discussing in the coffee breaks.
The team and me are preparing the event for the next year but one thing is missing - You! Because the great topics and discussions is all about you. So I am happy to announce that Ticketsale for the PHPucEU 2016 has started now. I am looking forward to see you on 28th + 29th May 2016.
Your super excited ElePHPant!
time passed by since the PHPucEU 2015 took place. We hope you all enjoyed the event and the island of Marjoca. We would like to use this email to mention a few things.
The first thing we want to say is: thank you for joining us - you made this unconference with a lot of inspiring and interesting sessions happen.
We are happy to announce that Daniel Kröger joined the Team of Organizers.
Dear attendees and dear sponsors,
we would like to say
Thank you very much! You are the best!
We hope you enjoyed the Unconference as much as we did. You made the Unconference a special event for all of us. More than 110 people attended 26 talks, workshops, and discussions.
We are collecting some impressions of the PHPucEU 2015. If you want to add photos, just drop an e-mail: phpuceu at googlegroups dot com.
The attendees of the #PHPucEU voted for the Sunday Sessions. If you want to change your room to the roof top (SUN!), then change the location of the session on our wall board.
Please notice: if you are going to offer more sessions, just add them to our session wall board.
You are invited to our night session at "ANIMA BEACH". The night event is not an official part of the #PHPucEU.
We started this year with our first PHPucEU partner happiness programm. A lot of partners accompany attendees of the PHPucEU. At 11.30 all partners meet for their own voting -- and for their program on saturday.
This year a RED ELEPHPANT is on photo safari. Support the ElePHPant and win it!
we are looking forward to see you in Palma and have a great weekend together. Here are important things to know about the PHPucEU.
We are proud, that Shopware is supporting us in our effort to connect the whole PHP community. This is how Shopware is describing itself:
shopware AG is a German software manufacturer for online shop systems. Established in the year 2000, with its 90 employees, the company is currently focusing on its core product Shopware, a new and leading shop software for companies and online shops of all sizes. With more than 32,000 customers and over 900 sales partners, shopware AG is currently one of the most successful manufacturers of shop software and is also one of the biggest drivers of innovation in German eCommerce. As a joint stock business, the company is 100 per cent owner-managed, independent and equity-financed, therefore guaranteeing a high degree of flexibility. Please follow us at twitter and find us at Github.
We would like to introduce InnoGames to you. InnoGames is one of our Gold Sponsors this
year and we are proud that they help us to bring the PHP community together. This is how InnoGames describes themselves.
InnoGames, based in Hamburg, is one of the leading developers and publishers of online games with more than 150 million registered players around the world. We have been characterized by dynamic growth ever since the company was founded in 2007. In order to further expand our success and to realize new projects, we are constantly looking for young talents, experienced professionals, and creative thinkers.
Hey! Good news from the team of organizers. We found a lot of sponsors (still looking for new sponsors), and more than 60 participants already registered for the PHP Unconference Majorca.
It's time to make plans for friday and saturday eve (2015, 8th + 9th of May).
The ElePHPant is dreaming from Majorca. And he couldn't wait for May, so he started right now his travel to the #PHPucEU.
For years, the concepts and ideas of open spaces and unconference have become ever more popular in the PHP community. About time to adapt them for tutorials! Join Arne Blankerts and Sebastian Bergmann (thePHP.cc) for this participant-driven workshop.
Would you like to sponsor this event? You find the sponsor information attached to this blog posting.
Don't hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions.
we would like to thank you. You were really really awesome attendees and you made this event a successful story. We planned this event over a year ago and we are happy about how it took place.
90 PHP enthusiasts on the island of Majorca - nice conference rooms, sun & good meals. And phantastic sessions - we enjoyed the #PHPucEU 2014. We hope to see you again in 2015!
thePHP.cc is offering two one-day training courses right before the PHP Unconference Europe 2014. The PHP Day in Palma de Majorca will be held by Arne Blankerts and Stefan Priebsch.
On Friday, May 16th, they will give training courses about secure web development and riskfree framework usage.
The price for these training courses include admission to the PHP Unconference Europe.
The team of organizers is planning the third PHP Unconference Europe. This event will take place on the island of Majorca - probably in May 2014.
Would you like to sponsor this event? You find the sponsor information attached to this blog posting.
Don't hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions.
The mission of PHP Unconference Europe is to bring together an international group, who have detailed knowledge of PHP and related web technologies.
Being an unconference, the exact content is decided upon by the attendees of the event. Add you contributions in our contribs system.
We are going to start the PHPucEU 2013 on Saturday at 9.30 with a breakfast.
We opened our contribs system for the PHP Unconference 2013. Add your ideas & suggestions to our system.
We are going to vote the topics at the beginning of the unconference. Never the less it's easer if all have an idea which topics might be interesting for the attendees of the PHPucEU.
So, let's go: http://contribs.eu.phpunconf.org/
InnoGames supports the PHPucEU in 2013 as a Bronze sponsor! Thanks a lot ;-)
thePHP.cc is offering a two-day training course on developing and testing professional PHP code right after PHP Unconference Europe. PHP Days in Berlin will be held by Sebastian Bergmann, Arne Blankerts and Stefan Priebsch.
The price for this training course includes admission to the PHP Unconference Europe. PHP Unconference Europe is the perfect preparation for attendees to get the most out of PHP Days in Berlin.
PHP Unconference Europe in an international event, the language of which is English. To ensure that no single language is in the majority, the organizers are selling only 40% of the tickets to German-speaking attendees, and the remaining 60% to foreign attendees.
The organizers of PHP Unconference Europe are looking for people to help out on the day at the Free University of Berlin (Department of Informatics).
Please contact us, if you are willing to offer some assistance.
The organizers of the #PHPucEU have started to plan the PHP Unconference 2013. Good news: thePHP.cc is going to support again the event as Gold sponsor.
We learnt last year, that there exists an excited and enthusiastic PHP audience in Europe. We would like to repeat the success of the PHPucEU 2011.
But we need your support: we are looking for a fitting town, a nice venue .... and a date.
So..., your ideas are welcome!
We have set up a joind.in account for PHP Unconference Europe. Add your talk to our joind.in page so that other attendees can post feedback and constructive criticism:
Similarity, if you are attending the unconference, click on I'm attending.
If you are arriving in Manchester on Friday afternoon, you may be looking to go out on Friday night. Although, not an official part of PHP Unconference Europe, some attendees have suggested meeting up at the following fine establishment. The organizers, therefore, designate this as the pre-unconference meet up point.
In addition to their generous offer of vouchers and books, we are delighted to announce that Amazon Web Services (AWS) are also sponsoring PHP Unconference Europe.
Thank you again, Amazon Web Services!
PHP Unconference Europe is a community event. Its main purpose is to facilitate the exchange of information about PHP and related web technologies among attendees. The sessions are a starting point, but the most interesting exchanges take place in the breaks between the sessions. This year, the venue has been specifically chosen to encourage this inter-attendee exchange.
Being entirely community-powered, we need your help on the day to assist us run the unconference. Here is how you can help the organizers:
We are delighted to announce that dmr solutions are sponsoring PHP Unconference Europe.
Thank you, dmr solutions!
We are delighted to announce that PHP Days, the two-day training course directly after PHP Unconference Europe, will take place at:
Date: Monday, 21 February 2011 and Tuesday, 22 February 2011.
Time: 9:00 to 17:00.
This venue is just a few minutes walk from PHP Unconference Europe.
We are delighted to announce that Galileo Press will be supporting PHP Unconference Europe. They have offered to donate ten German books to give away at the event on Saturday and Sunday.
Thank you, Galileo Press!
We are delighted to announce that cloudControl is sponsoring PHP Unconference Europe. Additionally, they will be donating vouchers to use their services free-of-charge to all unconference attendees.
cloudControl is a cloud hosting platform made available as a service. You only pay for the resources you actually use.
Thank you, cloudControl!
We are delighted to announce that LiveDocx has donated the following:
LiveDocx offers developers a really easy way to generate PDF, DOCX, DOC and RTF documents by combining structured data from PHP with a template, created in a word processor.
Thank you, LiveDocx!
As all attendees of PHP Unconference Europe will be bringing and using their laptop, phones and other electronic gizmos at the event, there will be a shortage of power sockets. You can be sure of this!
Therefore, we kindly ask you to bring your own extension lead with you. One ideally with more than 1 socket on it, so that others may also use it.
Note to attendees from outside the UK: Remember, the UK has a different plug system from the rest of Europe (see photo!), so you will also need an EU to UK plug adapter.
We are delighted to announce that Amazon Web Services (AWS) have donated the following:
We will distribute these goodies at PHP Unconference Europe on Saturday and Sunday.
Also be sure to checkout out Matt Wood's session on High Performance Websites in the Cloud.
Thank you, Amazon Web Services!
We are delighted to announce that APress will be supporting PHP Unconference Europe. They have offered to donate upto ten books of our choice to give away at the event on Saturday and Sunday.
Thank you, Apress!
We are delighted to announce that PHP Unconference Europe will take place at:
Arch 9 & 10
Date: Saturday, 19 February 2011 and Sunday, 20 February 2011.
Time: 9:00 to 17:00.
There will be a social event on Saturday evening at the same venue.
You decide on the programme! At PHPucEU, you state the topics in which you are interested and we all look for speakers and moderators.
The idea is simple: You submit a topic, about which you would like to hold a session (a so called "contribution"). Or you submit an interest, about which someone else may be willing to hold a session (a so called "interest").
The Tickets for the PHP Unconference Europe 2011 are on sale! Hope to see you there on Feb. 19th + 20th!
Due to the international nature of PHP Unconference Europe, you will be able to purchase admission tickets in either EUR or GBP. The charge is EUR 46.00 or GBP 40.00.
PHP Unconference has established itself as a forum for core developers, developers and users to discuss PHP and other related web technologies.
The next PHP Unconference will take place on 19th & 20th February, 2011 in Manchester, UK. The organizers are expecting 180 participants from all over Europe. Learn more about PHP Unconference Europe. The tickets will go on sale shortly.
Due to the international nature of PHP Unconference Europe, you will be able to purchase admission tickets in either EUR or GBP.
The charge will be EUR 46.00 or GBP 40.00.
The ticketing system will be open in a few days.
The PHP Consulting Company (thePHP.cc) is offering a two-day training course on developing and testing professional PHP code right after PHP Unconference Europe. PHP Days in Manchester will be held by Sebastian Bergmann, Arne Blankerts and Stefan Priebsch.
The price for this training course includes admission to PHP Unconference Europe. PHP Unconference Europe is the perfect preparation for attendees to get the most out of PHP Days in Manchester.
We are delighted to announce that PHP Unconference Europe will take place on 19th & 20th February, 2011 in Manchester, UK.
We will announce the exact venue in the next few weeks. It will be in a city centre location with good access to all three train stations and the airport.
Watch this space!
Following the feedback on our original blog post about finding the right date for PHP Unconference Europe in Manchester, UK, we realize that there were some serious clashes with other PHP and Open Source events (FOSDEM, PHPBenelux and PHP UK). We want to avoid this at all costs.
Galileo Press supports PHP Unconference Europe with ten books and training videos.
What is the right date for PHP Unconference Europe? Our goal is that the event takes place on 29 to 30 January 2011. Please contact us, if you know of any good (PHP) reasons for another date.
LiveDocx is a document generation platform that allows well formatted documents to be created, by combining structured data from PHP with a template, created in a word processor. LiveDocx is delighted to support PHP Unconference Europe.
Last night, the organizers of PHP Unconference Europe met up via Skype to talk about the next steps. New todo lists were distributed and the current status was discussed.
If you are interested in organizing a PHP unconference in your hometown, please read "how to organize a PHP unconference".
Learn how to do it. It's easy and it's funny ;-)
After one weekend of debate, we now know exactly what the goal of PHP Unconference Europe is:
To provide a platform that will enable the exchange of information about PHP and related web technologies and Open Source projects.
The organizers of PHP Unconference Europe are meeting on November 21, 2009 and November 22, 2009 to discuss some initial ideas and to reflect on what we have already discussed with the community. No doubt, we will have a fun-filled weekend!
We would like to establish PHP Unconference Europe in 2010 (PHPucEU 2010). We are currently soliciting opinions on this idea. Please answer the following questions in the comments section below or using the contact form:
Please leave your name and e-mail address in the comments below, so that we can get in touch with you for further information, if necessary.
We are delighted to announce that Markus Wolff has decided to become one of the PHP Unconference Europe organizers. If you would like to volunteer some of your time and are interested in organizing an inspiring and international event, please contact us!
We are delighted to announce that Hinrich Sager has decided to become one of the PHP Unconference Europe organizers.
jimdo.com supports PHP Unconference Europe. Our new URL is http://www.phpuceu.org/.
You can also follow us on Twitter and tweet, using the official hash tag #PHPucEU.