PHPWomen Article Contest
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PHPWomen is sponsoring an article-writing contest, which is open to everyone (regardless of gender, etc.). Check out their Best Practices forum to read submissions or post an article of your own. PHPWomen will select the two best articles in the end of July, and the winners will receive fabulous prizes:
- Zend Studio for Eclipse perpetual license, donated by Zend
- A 1-year subscription to Linux Pro magazine
- The opportunity to have their article posted on the Linux Pro magazine website
- And, of course, bragging rights
Spread the word, and don't procrastinate – July is going to fly by.comments powered by Disqus
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