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[Symfony UK] Symfony and ElasticSearch & Sylius: Something For Everyone

Symfony and ElasticSearch: this talk by Jonny Schmid draws from experience gained working on a search focused app. Get started with FOSElastica and learn from code examples covering scenarios from a simple search-all query, ranking/boost, to geo queries.

Sylius: Something For Everyone: this talk by Adam Elsodaney will walk through most of the 37 bundles and 30 components in Sylius and how they can be used in any project. Recommended to those who dislike reinventing the wheel.

Symfony User Group Cologne

We are very excited to announce the upcoming User Group with a talk about provisioning with Ansible 2.0.

Where: SensioLabs Deutschland GmbH
Neusser Str. 27-29, Cologne

18:30 Uhr - Get Together
19:15 Uhr - Lukas Sadzik (SensioLabs Deutschland) with "Provision your Development Machine with Ansible 2.0"
20:00 Uhr - Networking

We are looking forward to welcome you to our User Group.

Symfony User Group Japan Meetup #9

During this meetup, we'll continue the hands-on workshop about Symfony. This time we'll work on the relation between Symfony and the databases.

Then we'll gather for some Q&A session, lightning talks and networking.

Wroclaw Symfony Group #5

Fifth meeting of Wroclaw Symfony Group. Agenda
- Scaling from single to multi-node with Symfony by Antoni Orfin
- Code Architecture Matters by Mariusz Gil
- Open discussions - beer and pizza provided

All talks in Polish

SymfonyLive Paris 2016

Rendez-vous les 7 et 8 avril 2016 pour la 8ème édition du SymfonyLive Paris, conférence Symfony 100% francophone, à la Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris.

Programme de l'évènement:

-Le mardi 5 et le mercredi 6 avril : deux journées de formations dans les bureaux de SensioLabs
-Le jeudi 7 et le vendredi 8 avril : deux journées de conférences à la Cité Internationale Universitaire de Paris.

Rejoignez-nous !

SymfonyLive Cologne 2016

The fifth edition of SymfonyLive in Germany returns to Cologne, where we held the SymfonyDay event from 2009 to 2011.

The conference will focus on German-speaking Talks. The first two days will be dedicated to workshops, the following day will present some talks and the last day will be a Hackday.

Tickets are already on sale and there are "combo tickets" for both SymfonyLive Cologne and the upcoming SymfonyCon Berlin 2016: http://cologne2016.live.symfony.com/tickets