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All about the activities and events related to the Symfony community.

Symfony Maintenance: Changes for Standard Releases

As of Symfony 5.0, we are changing the way we manage security issues for standard releases.

Join us at SymfonyLive London 2019 on September 13th!

The annual SymfonyLive conference of London will come soon, only a week left to register at regular price! Join us before the price changes on August 5th!

SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019: the second part of the conference schedule is online!

We’re very happy to share with you the speakers and talks we’ve selected to speak at the international Symfony conference SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019, November 21-22! Have a look at the conference schedule part 2!

SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019: the first part of the conference schedule is online!

We’re super excited to announce the first selected speakers of the international Symfony conference SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019, November 21-22! Check the schedule to discover the first speaker line-up!

Symfony Local Web Server, 6 months later

With 30+ releases since the first public release, we have been hard at work fixing bugs and adding features.

New Symfony Core Team Member: Yonel Ceruto

I'm pleased to announce that Yonel Ceruto is joining the Symfony Core Team.

SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019: the pre-conference workshops schedule is online!

Discover now the entire pre-conference workshops schedule for SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019! Workshops are organized on November 19th-20th just before the conference days on November 21st and 22nd.

Save the date for SymfonyLive Tunis 2020!

We're thrilled to announce the date of the SymfonyLive Tunis 2020 conference, French speaking conference for the local Symfony community in Tunisia!

SymfonyLive London 2019: workshop topics and complete conference schedule are available!

Discover the last selected speakers of the SymfonyLive London 2019 conference and find out the workshop topics we offer on September 12th!

Giving and receiving feedback

At the hackathon in Brussel, CARE team member Michelle pointed out that the bulk of the incidents noted in the CARE team transparency report for 2018 revolved around code reviews on GitHub. In some situations discussions failed to remain productive and escalated for the worse. We want to take the time to highlight some of the best practices in the Symfony documentation to help prevent such issues in the future.