Another 3 top reasons to join us at SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018!
The conference is now coming in one tiny month. We are so excited to meet you at SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018! We are working hard to offer you an incredible conference experience. You are not registered yet? Don’t miss the only international event about Symfony!
If you are still wondering why you should join us in Lisbon from December 6th to 8th, read our latest blog post about the 3 top reasons to come to SymfonyCon Lisbon 2018 and in case you are still hesitating, here are 3 more top reasons to come to the conference!
Conference social event! Let’s not forget the super social mixer we have planned for you on the evening of December 6th after the end of the first conference day. We'll be super happy to welcome all the attendees to the conference social event. We'll share drinks and snacks, in a relaxed atmosphere. The location will be announced soon so stay tuned for more details. It's one of the coolest moment of the conference when you can meet, exchange and chill out with everyone from the conference: attendees, speakers, sponsors... We know you’ll just love it!
Meet the Symfony Core Team! We'll have the pleasure to welcome several Symfony Core Team members during the conference and we'll even have a Symfony Community booth where you'll be able to meet them. You always wondered who is in the Core Team and never had the chance to meet them in real life? You have a ton of questions to ask them? Come to Lisbon and you'll be able to listen to their talks and connect with them!
The Hackday! On the last day of the conference, on Saturday December 8th, we're organizing a Hackday. This is a dedicated moment during the conference to encourage all Symfony contributions. There are several ways to contribute to Symfony: help to write, review or translate the documentation; work on current issues and PRs to close as many of them as possible to improve Symfony’s development; mentor new contributors; learn how to be involved in the local Symfony community around you; meet other people from the community to exchange best practices, tips… There are a lot to do during the Hackday! If you never attended one before and don’t know how to contribute to Symfony, this is definitely the place to be. Usually we organize several work groups where people can gather to work on specific topics. It’s also a good way to put into practice and test what you just learned during the conference days. Plus, there will be food and coffee all day. The Hackday will start around 9:30 am and end around 4:30pm, you don’t even have to stay the entire day to contribute. But in case you stay all day, you’ll still have some time left after the Hackday to enjoy Lisbon!
And now, are you still hesitating? Oh, did I mention that on top of that you'll get your free conference t-shirt? If you collect them, don't miss this year's conference t-shirt to bring back this new one to your collection! Ready to join us?
Basic conference breakdown:
Pre-conference workshops: December 4th and 5th (a very few seats left for most of the workshops, you’d better secure your workshop seat asap if you want to buy a combo ticket)
Conference days (schedule of talks): December 6th and 7th, 3 tracks are waiting for you! Discover the schedule!
Hackday: December 8th (or the Contribution Day to Symfony as mentioned above)
Buy your ticket at regular price now, only available until November 12th (included), after that date the price will increase! Enjoy the regular rate while it’s still possible!
We’re counting on you to make this SymfonyCon legendary! Symfony is a vibrant community only because you make it so. Bring your team with you and share the excitement! See you soon!
PS: there are some remaining seats for the Sylius, Messenger, API Platform, Modern JS/Webpack and Symfony 4 workshops.
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