Archives for June 2012

Symfony Live San Francisco 2012: The Schedule

Have a look at the Symfony Live conference schedule for San Francisco.

A week of symfony #286 (18->24 June 2012)

This week, the long awaited Symfony 2.1 first beta was released. Meanwhile, the official repository achieved a very remarkable milestone: more than 5,000 watchers. In addition, the first details of the upcoming Symfony Live London 2012 conference were unveiled.

A week of symfony #285 (11->17 June 2012)

This week, Symfony2 development focused on Form and Filesystem components. In addition, the Security component was updated to allow class names to be passed as an argument to getEncoder() method.

Symfony 2.1.0 beta1 released

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A week of symfony #284 (4->10 June 2012)

This week, more than 600 Symfony developers gathered for Symfony Live Paris 2012, the biggest Symfony event ever. The main announcement of the conference was the introduction of the new SensioLabs Certified Symfony Developer program.

Symfony Live Paris 2012

Symfony Live Conference Paris wrap-up.

The Symfony Content Management Framework is getting ready

At Symfony Live 2011 - Paris, we announced the plan to build a content management framework on top of Symfony2. Meanwhile, the Symfony2 CMF has reached a usable state.

A week of symfony #283 (28 May -> 3 June 2012)

This week, two new versions were released: Symfony 2.0.15, including minor fixes and tweaks, and symfony 1.0.14, a security release that address a security vulnerability. In addition, this week started the integration of Symfony2 components into the core of Drupal 8.

The Symfony Live Paris Unconference

Last year at Symfony Live, we had an uncon for one of the two conference days. It was a big success, with a nice mixture of talks on a variation of topics. We had established speakers in the uncon schedule, but also new speakers. And we even hosted a nice discussion on E-commerce using symfony. Because of the success we had with the unconference last year, we've decided to extend the unconference to include both conference days! This means more room for those of you who want to present on your favorite topic. And those presentations can be done as either regular talks or as lightning talks. There will be 9 slots to fill spread out over the two days.