You’ve been waiting for it over the past few months and it is finally out: the entire schedule of SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013 is online! Here is the recap of the awesome Symfony week you’ll attend on December 10-14 in great Warsaw, Poland.
You’ll have 2 workshop days to get trained on Symfony before the conference. Just for you, we’ve also added 2 brand new workshops with 2 great trainers. On Tuesday December 10th, Jeremy Mikola will train you on “Building your first App with Silex and MongoDB” (one day workshop). Bernhard Schussek will train you about “Symfony2 Forms” on Wednesday December 11th (one day workshop). Speaking of which, early bird to register to the workshops closes at the end of this month! You have until September 30th to benefit from this special price, hurry up to register. And of course, the other workshops remain still available!
Here it is, the entire schedule has been posted: 2 days with 2 tracks per day! We received a ton, (and I’m not exaggerating), of great talk proposals, it was not easy to choose among all of them. So, we’re very pleased to announce the schedule of the first edition of the SymfonyCon! The conference will be Symfo-tastic! For example, you will listen to William Durand and Lukas Kahwe Smith presenting “Build Awesome REST APIs With Symfony2”, or Bernhard Schussek who will give a talk about “Symfony2 Forms: Past, Present, Future” and Ryan Weaver’s talk which will be about “Cool like Frontend Developer: Grunt, RequireJS, Bower and other Tools”.
We’re also very pleased to welcome our first two ladies into the schedule: Cathy Theys who will speak of “Community Building with Mentoring: What makes people crazy happy to work on an open source project?” and Marie Minasyan talking about “Drop ACE, use voters”. Welcome on board girls!
Last but not least, we’ll have the fun and super instructive Jeopardy game with Jeremy Mikola; the lightning talks with one session per day and many more surprises (above all on Friday evening)! Get ready! For the lightning talks, we decided to change the way of their organization. We’ll open very soon a special CFP for the lightning talks, so you’ll be able to submit your 7-minute talk. One rule: it has to last shorter than 7 minutes otherwise the gong will resound… Think about it!
I hope you’re now all convinced to join us in Warsaw for the first SymfonyCon! Regular registration ends on September 30th so you’d better register today! I forgot to mention Fabien’s Keynote, but do I need to? Well probably yes, so if you don’t want to miss his Keynote (they are always awesome), come to Warsaw!
Last thing: bring your scarf ;-)
See you there!