Good-bye Symfony Live Berlin 2013!
The first day of the conference featured German tracks only, and took the attendees on a journey throughout the entire Symfony eco-system. They automated their world with David Zuelke, escaped the Vendor-Lock-In with Paul Seiffert and profiled their PHP Applications with Bastian Hoffmann. Simultaneously, some 35 attendees joined one of the five workshops to boost their Symfony knowledge to the next level.
On the second day, talks were in English. Francois Zaninotto spoke about why Symfony is (still) Open-Source, Anthony Ferrara gave his brilliant "Development by the Numbers" talk, and the audience dived into Symfony 2.4's new features with Fabien Potencier. For those who have attended previous Symfony Live events it was obvious what had to follow: The traditional Jeopardy session, delivered by Jeremy Mikola. The delegates concluded the last day of the conference with a couple of cold German beers at our after-conference party.
SensioLabs Deutschland, as host of the Symfony Live Berlin, would like to thank all attendees, speakers, organizers, sponsors and media partners for making the conference such a great success.
In case you were not able to attend, we've put together a bunch of links for you:
- Rate the Symfony Live Berlin 2013
- Rate the talks
- Download the Slides
- See a collection of photos
- Watch the talks (coming soon)
We hope to see you all again at Symfony Live Berlin 2014!
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