Longhorn PHP 2022 CFP Open

Published On2022-07-28

Longhorn PHP 2022 CFP Open

Longhorn PHP is a PHP tech conference regionally focused in Austin, Texas. It is run by the PHP community in Austin, Texas and beyond.

Longhorn PHP was started in 2018 by Austin PHP Meetup, the longest-running tech meetup in Texas' capital. Longhorn PHP continued in 2019, 2021, and the organizers have scheduled Longhorn PHP 2022 this November.

Longhorn PHP is a three day conference, with the first day being a tutorial day. In past years, it included talks on PHP internals, frameworks, security, databases, UI/UX, building APIs, development principles, and more.

Previous Sessions of Longhorn PHP

Longhorn PHP 2022

Dates: November 3-5, 2022
Event type: In-person conference
Venue: Austin, Texas - Holiday Inn Austin Midtown
Links: Web site, Code of Conduct, Twitter @longhornphp

Blind bird tickets for Longhorn PHP 2022 are also available now, starting from $50.

Call For Papers Now Open

Longhorn PHP 2022 is now open to submit papers. CFP will be open until August 11, 2022.

CFP Open Until: August 11, 2022
Talk types: 3 hour tutorials (for November 3rd) and ~50 minute talks
Speaker travel assistance: Provided, albeit with budget constraints for international travel
Links: CFP Website, Code of Conduct, Twitter @longhornphp

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