Symfony Live 2010 Schedule announced... with a surprise

The Symfony Live 2010 conference program is now available. It is packed with a lot of great sessions: from best web development practices, to more advanced technical sessions, I'm sure everybody will learn something new.

To close the second day of the conference, I will host a session about Symfony 2.0 and will reveal the first alpha release of Symfony 2.0. That's right, the first official release of Symfony 2.0 that you will be able to play with will be released during the conference. You don't want to miss this session!

The conference will be held in France, Paris, between February 15th and February 17th. Besides the technical sessions, it is also a unique occasion to meet the symfony community and the symfony core team as many of them will be present during the conference.

The registration is still open, and the early bird price has been extended until the end of October. So, register today to get your ticket to the "must-attend" symfony conference of the year and save money.

You can also get the latest news about the conference by following the sflive2010 twitter account or by subscribing to the #sflive2010 twitter hashtag.

Last, but not least, I want to thank our generous sponsors:

If you want to become a sponsor, you can still download the sponsor guide and contact Nicolas (nicolas.blin [at]

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That's it, now I'm definitely going:-)
See you there Marijn (and all others going ;) )
u ppl made the JMET 10 link. It really sucks. Pls in future make redundant software.Now, I dont believe u guys.
are you planning to develop china developer community? it will be one of the most big community yet!
Will it be in English or French?

I can speak quite a lot of French, but English is my mother tongue.

Just curious :-)
@Jamie: The whole conference will be in English

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