Join Fabien Potencier at Amsterdam PHP meetup on June 20th
We’re super excited to announce that Fabien Potencier, Symfony founder, will speak at Amsterdam PHP meetup on June 20th about “Developing Symfony applications in 2019”. Before the annual international Symfony conference, SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019, which will be organized from November 21st to 23rd at the beautiful Beurs van Berlage downtown Amsterdam, we invite the Symfony and PHP communities from the Netherlands to join us at Amsterdam PHP meetup next month. We will talk about the latest Symfony features that can greatly improve your productivity (from Flex based projects, to the Maker bundle, and the new Mailer component).
The Amsterdam PHP meetup will be hosted by SensioLabs, creator of Symfony, from 6:30 pm to 10 pm at The Warehouse at Amsterdam Wicked Grounds: Generaal Vetterstraat 55, 1059BT Amsterdam.
Agenda of the meetup:
- 6:30 pm - Doors open
- 7:30 pm - Lightning talk from our host SensioLabs, by Grégory Pascal, SensioLabs co-founder
- 7:45 pm - Talk by Fabien Potencier, Symfony founder, about “Developing Symfony applications in 2019”
- 8:30 pm - Raffles, and announcements
- 8:45 pm - Social, drinks and food
This free meetup is organized by Amsterdam PHP meetup, an English-speaking group for PHP Developers in and around Amsterdam. Their goal is to grow the local community, search for new developers and spread knowledge and resources. Register now to the meetup to secure your seat!
We hope to see you there before meeting you at the biggest Symfony conference of the year, SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019, which will gather the international Symfony and PHP communities during 2 days of great conferences about Symfony, PHP and their ecosystems! We’ll soon announce the first part of the conference schedule and the pre-conference workshops topics! Register now to the conference!
In the meanwhile, see you next month in the beautiful city of Amsterdam for Amsterdam PHP meetup!
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