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Joining the PHP BBQ in Hamburg and Kiel
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There must be something that gets coders and barbecue together. In Australia, I was invited to a hackers barbecue, while at FrOSCon, the Saturday evening meal is a grill fest.
It seems just right that the PHP coders in Germany are getting together with a BBQ Tour, starting on Monday, June 15, and touching seven German towns in one week.

I will join the happy campers on Saturday, June 20, in Hamburg, and finish off the tour in Kiel the next day.
The event is open. However, for logistic reasons, a registration is required in some






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PHP BBQ Tour - Munich, Monday, 15.06., 19:00 CEST
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The PHP BBQ Tour starts in exactly one week. The first barbecue will be held in Munich on Monday, 15.06, 19:00 CEST. The tour is an offering and a suggestion to the user group to come together for a barbecue instead of meeting in conference rooms in the middle of the summer, when the days are long. Everybody is invited to join the tour and to visit the PHP user group in his neighbor town. Tour dates: Munich (Monday, 15.06), Frankfurt (Tuesday, 16.06), Karlsruhe (Wednesday, 17.06), Berlin (Thursday, 18.06), Dortmund (Friday, 19.06), Hamburg (Saturday, 20.06) and Kiel (Sunday, 21.06).

Be a pioneer, sail together with the crew of Mayflower (thinkPHP) and the PHP locals into the Hirschgarten park for the first barbecue on the tour. If you consider to come, please add your name to the Wiki page at

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