September 14th - 15th
In the of PDX Oregon
2 days & 25+ speakers
Cascadia PHP 2018
Portland, Oregon
keep portland weird php*

The Pacific Northwest (also known as Cascadia) is a magical land covered in Rain Forests, Deserts, Coasts, Mountains, Rivers, and People. It's expansive forests have traditionally powered the industries in this area, but with the last century, more and more it has had a focus on Tech.

Businesses in this area embraced the web when it was in its infancy, and has a huge community of PHP users because of it.

Join us at Cascadia PHP for Developers by Developers. Exceptional speakers. Actionable tactics. Learning for all. Join us for a two-day, three-track conference full of forward-thinking, tactical sessions in PHP, Security, API’s, Dev Ops, web technologies, and more.

At Cascadia PHP you'll connect with our amazing community of industry leaders, chat with the speakers and staff, and pick up some cool swag.

The Pacific Northwest (also known as Cascadia) is a magical land covered in Rain Forests, Deserts, Coasts, Mountains, Rivers, and People. It's expansive forests have traditionally powered the industries in this area, but with the last century, more and more it has had a focus on Tech.

Businesses in this area embraced the web when it was in its infancy, and has a huge community of PHP users because of it.

Who is Cascadia PHP?
Non-Profit

Cascadia PHP is organized as a non-profit corporation and is focused on building the community in the Pacific Northwest. All proceeds are spent to make this conference awesome and to expand the PHP community in the Pacific Northwest. If you run a user group in the Pacific Northwest and would like to work together reach out to us at leadership@cascadiaphp.com

Our Mission Is To
  • Build the Pacific Northwest into a PHP community powerhouse

  • Connect the Pacific Northwest with the greater PHP community

  • Bring together individuals and companies who share a passion for PHP

History

Cascadia PHP's board of directors originally planned to take over the PNWPHP conference, but time constraints and a desire to keep the Seattle PHP user group intact led us to pursue a new Non-Profit and a totally new conference instead.
Our board contains Contractors, Consultants, Business Owners, Educators, PHP-FIG Committee Members, and over 90 years of cumulative experience using PHP.