SymfonyCon Madrid 2014 is announced, November 27-29!

Madrid, here we come! We’re pleased to announce SymfonyCon Madrid from November 27 to 29; save the date now and register today to the conference. This year, the awesome international Symfony conference will be held at the Hotel Auditorium in Madrid, close by the airport Madrid-Barajas, where a free shuttle will pick you up directly from the airport to the hotel (how cool is that?). Never been to Madrid? It’s a wonderful city, you’ll love it!

After the successful SymfonyCon Warsaw in 2013, where 700 Symfony lovers joined us for an entire week of Symfony and an incredible SensioLabsInsight Cocktail Party, we’re on our way to Madrid! If you missed SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013, check out the pictures! If you were there, then you know what you can expect and it’s going to be bigger this year, way more bigger! You must be all prepared! So get ready for SymfonyCon Madrid and its full week of Symfony: 2-day workshop, 2-day conference and 1 super hackday; and of course many more surprises…

Starting on Tuesday 25th of November with the workshops (they will be announced soon), you’ll get trained on Symfony, its components or PHP... Then starts the conference on Thursday 27th. Be ready for 2 days of great conferences, with a new particularity this year, all talks will be translated from English into Spanish!

You can now register to the conference and enjoy the early bird price! But hurry up to register, only 100 early bird tickets are on sale and they’re selling fast! The CFP is open too, so you can submit a talk proposal for SymfonyCon Madrid. If you ever wanted to share your experience with Symfony at a Symfony conference, well this is your chance! You can now submit one (or several) talk proposals about Symfony, Twig, Silex or any PHP related topic. All topic ideas are welcome, unless they are about your last summer holidays ;)

We also set up a special discount price for your hotel room reservation at the Hotel Auditorium. Book your room today and benefit from this special discount during your entire staying. Did you know that the Hotel Auditorium has an indoor swimming pool and a sauna? Well, now you know, so stay with us there, it’s gonna be fun!

If you’re interested in sponsoring the conference, we still have some sponsorship packages available. Read our sponsor guide or contact us for more information! Sponsoring the SymfonyCon Madrid conference is the best way to meet the international Symfony community!

Get ready for Sangria, Symfony and Sun! Join us to this big event and ¡Viva SymfonyCon Madrid!

Comments

I was waiting for this announcement ever since SymfonyCon Warsaw :)
So disappointed. We've been waiting for the SymfonyCon announcement, with plans to come from the US. But November 27 is a major family holiday here (Thanksgiving) and there's no way we can do that.
Hello, Anne!
When the initial announcement was made there was also a talk about the possibility to take the certification exam during this conference. Is that possibility still open? If so, can I ask if there is an extra fee for taking the exam?
My employer just notified me today that I will be going to the conference and I was really eager in taking the certification exam as well.

Thanks,
Denis
@Denis I've forwarded your question to the customer support department and they will contact you soon.
Thank you, Javier!
Hello, Javier!

Do you have any news regarding the certification exam?
I tried reaching Anne-Sophie via a newsletter email I received this week but I still haven't heard back.

Thanks,
Denis
Denis, it's sad that you haven't received any response so far. I apologize for that.

I've redirected your question to the person in charge of customer support at SensioLabs and hopefully he will contact you soon about this issue.
Hello, Javier!

Thank you for your assistance in this matter. I really appreciate it.
The email address is the one in my SensioLabs Connect profile, correct?

Thank you,
Denis
Four weeks and three emails later and still no response to a simple question.
It is a real shame! I would have expected more from the Symfony team. I am quite dissapointed.

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