Getting ready for SymfonyLive Berlin 2014

It’s October already, and that means SymfonyLive Berlin is approaching fast! From October 29th to 31st, the German Symfony Community will again gather in Berlin for our annual community conference. We’ve expanded everything - More tracks, more workshops, more speakers:

First off we’ve listened to the delegates from last year who would have liked to attend all the talks and a workshop, so we’ve moved the workshops to their own dedicated day on the 29th.

Second, we are upgrading to two parallel tracks, which means more quality content and more choice for the delegates attending SymfonyLive. The last fact also means we had to move to a larger venue. While the Golden Tulip Hotel in Berlin is not a church as our last venue, we will go back to having quite a view over the rooftops (those of you who attended the first Symfony Day conference will remember we started way up high back then).

As for the content, we’ll have plenty: Among others, a forms workshop by Bernhard Schussek, talks by Benjamin Eberlei and Lukas Smith, about Symfony, it’s ecosystem, the CMF, Performance, Deployment, and much more. We’ll also have two great keynotes - opening with Jeffrey “Jam” McGuire, and Rowan Merewood on the second day. Those keynotes will also be the only content we’ll have in English - the conference itself will focus on local speakers and talks in German.

Last but not least, on Saturday we will move into the Rainmaking Loft in the heart of Berlin, where we’ll have a whopping 1000m2 to spread out for our traditional hackday.

We are looking forward to you - check out the talks, the workshops, and register for an awesome conference! See you in Berlin!

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For the Hacking Day, don't forget to scan the labels "hackday" and "DX" on the Symfony repos. You'll find a lot of actionable issues:

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