It's spring, and it's time for another SymfonyLive in Germany! This time, we will be back at last year's location in Cologne, the Komed. Again, we will have two days of workshops split into two tracks on April 5th and 6th, and a single day of talks on the 7th. Of course, there will be a hackday again following the main conference. The schedule for both the workshops and the talks is online, and you should still be able to get one of the last tickets.

We are looking forward to some interesting content: We will have a technical keynote by Carola Lilienthal about software architecture, talks about error handling in large applications, an analysis of Symfony's security features, an overview over Symfony's new workflow component, and even a practical workflow demo to deploy a feature to one of the bigger German websites. There will be more content, with speakers from Nils Adermann to Jeffrey McGuire and Sebastian Bergmann. Head over to the schedule to check it out!

As always, the SymfonyLive will be a local conference, so all talks and the workshops will be in German.

Participation at the hackday is free, and not bound to a conference ticket, but we still need your registration because space is limited - so don't hesitate and register today!

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