Newsflash: SymfonyCon Paris 2015 is less than two weeks away, it's now Awards time!

We are more excited than ever to welcome you at the Folies Bergère Theater the 3rd and 4th December for the SymfonyCon Paris 2015. We can’t wait to share all our exciting Symfony news with you and of course, celebrate Symfony’s 10th birthday in true style!

With less than two weeks to go, it’s finally time to vote for your Symfony Community Awards 2015. This year, there are 9 Symfony Community categories to distinguish the 9 exceptional Symfony Community members who best helped, supported or contributed to the entire community.

The Symfony Community Awards categories are as follows:

  • Best Blogger
  • Best Code Contributor
  • Best Bundle of the year
  • Personality of the year
  • Best Symfony Speaker
  • Best Community Support
  • Best Documentation Contributor
  • Best Evangelist
  • Best Symfony MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the year (yes, like in sports!)

It is up to you to vote for the people who you think are the most deserving of these special awards. For each category, you can enter the name of any community member you wish to nominate. Please note some categories simply require you to select a person from a pre-chosen list of nominees. The power is in your hands!

Don’t forget, the voting for the Symfony Business Awards is still open! Visit the Symfony Showcase now and start rating your favorite projects. If you still want to enter your own project, you can do this by submitting your application onto the Showcase now. Don’t miss out on the chance to participate in our biggest Symfony Awards yet!

The Symfony Business Awards categories are as follows:

  • Best Open-Source application of the year
  • Best mobile application of the year
  • Best User Experience of the year
  • Best B2C website of the year
  • Best B2B website of the year
  • Best Ecommerce website of the year
  • Best Social website of the year
  • Best Non-Profit website of the year
  • Best Symfony website of the year

Whichever project obtains the most votes from the Symfony community in its category wins the award.

Trophies will be awarded to the chosen winners at the Symfony Awards ceremony on the evening of the 3rd December at SymfonyCon Paris 2015. We are very proud of our community’s achievements this year and hope you will join us in celebrating this and everything Symfony!

Registration for the SymfonyCon Paris 2015 is still open, we still have some surprises to announce, stay posted. Don’t miss out! Register here.

Get voting now and we’ll see you in Paris!

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I tried to vote but I am getting a 500 error
@Tito we're looking into it!

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