Join Nicolas G. and Juliette R.F. at Brussels PHP meetup on June 22th!
We're thrilled to share some exciting news with you! Nicolas Grekas and Juliette Reinders Folmer will speak at the upcoming Brussels PHP meetup on June 22nd.
Brussels PHP meetup is an English-speaking group dedicated to PHP developers in and around Brussels. Their objective is to foster the growth of the local community and facilitate knowledge sharing.
This meetup, organized by Brussels PHP meetup, will present an excellent opportunity to connect with fellow Symfony and PHP enthusiasts and expand your professional network. It will take place from 18:30 to 21:45, at Avenue de Broqueville 12- Woluwe-Saint-Pierre, conveniently situated near the Montgomery roundabout. The doors will open at 18:30, giving you time to settle in and enjoy some refreshments before the session begins.
Meetup detailed agenda:
- 18:30 - 19:15: Doors open with food and drinks
- 19:15 - 20:00: "Developing Symfony applications in 2023" by Nicolas Grekas
- 20:00 - 20:10: Short break
- 20:10 - 20:55: "Tackling the Elephpant in the room" by Juliette Reinders Folmer
- 20:55 - 21:45: Raffles, networking, and more food and drinks!
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn from Nicolas Grekas and Juliette Reinders Folmer at the Brussels PHP meetup on June 22nd!
Secure your seat by registering for this free meetup and prepare to be inspired by the latest Symfony developments. Join us for an evening of insightful discussions, networking, and great conviviality!
By attending the Brussels PHP meetup, you'll also get a sneak peek into what awaits you at SymfonyCon Brussels 2023. This annual international Symfony conference will be held from December 7th to 8th at Square, located in the heart of Brussels' Mont des Arts area. This event brings together the global Symfony and PHP communities for two days of outstanding conferences on Symfony, PHP, and their ecosystems. Be sure to register for SymfonyCon Brussels 2023 as well!
We can't wait to meet you at Brussels PHP meetup and later at SymfonyCon Brussels 2023!
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