SymfonyLive London news: early bird is almost over and the first selected speakers are announced!

SymfonyLive London is only 3 months away! Did you take your ticket yet? Early bird registration is still open for a few days, get your conference ticket at 129£ until July 1st. After that, regular price will apply and the conference ticket will be at 169£, save 40£ on your conference ticket now!

SymfonyLive London 2018 is a 2-day event on September 27th, workshop day and September 28th, 2 tracks conference day.

You can buy a combo ticket to register for a workshop and the conference at 543£ until July 1st (early bird price). 4 different workshops are scheduled on September 27th, discover them:

  • Symfony 4 Best Practices by Nicolas Grekas: Symfony 4 changes the way you develop web applications. During this workshop, you will discover the new practices recommended by the Symfony Core team.

  • Building API-driven apps with API Platform by Kévin Dunglas: API Platform has become a very popular framework to build advanced and modern API-driven web projects. After an overview of modern API patterns and formats (REST, Swagger, hypermedia, HATEOAS, JSON-LD, Hydra, Schema.org, GraphQL...), we'll learn how to use and extend the most popular features of the API Platform API component.

  • Symfony Messenger by Samuel Rozé: The Messenger component just landed in Symfony 4.1. It drastically simplifies the use of message buses and handling asynchronous operations using message queues such as RabbitMq. Discover all about it by the creator of the component.

  • Lightning Fast Tests by Jakub Zalas: Learn everything from writing good unit tests, through using test doubles (like stubs or mocks), to writing integration tests. Learn how to structure your project to benefit from a test-first design.

The conference schedule is coming soon! The Call for Papers ended last Monday and we'd like to thank all the people who submitted a talk proposal there. We're currently reviewing all the submissions we received but we can already announce the first selected speakers!

We're excited to welcome Michelle Sanver who will speak about "Using the Symfony WorkFlow component as a state machine makes handling money easier!". We're also very pleased to welcome Neal Brooks who will talk about "Running Symfony on AWS Lambda". And we're thrilled to welcome Sandra Eriksson who will be speaking about "What is accessibility, and why I should care?". The selected speakers and their talk descriptions will be soon available online, along with the conference schedule. Stay tuned for more information about all the selected speakers.

Ready to join us there? Take now your ticket for SymfonyLive London 2018 to enjoy our early bird and save money! You only have 3 days left to register at early bird, hurry up!

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