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Symfony 5: The Fast Track is the best book to learn modern Symfony development, from zero to production. +300 pages showcasing Symfony with Docker, APIs, queues & async tasks, Webpack, SPAs, etc.

Join us tomorrow at the SymfonyLive Online conference

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Not yet registered to tomorrow's SymfonyLive Online conference? Join us on Friday April 17th 2020 to learn from the best experts of Symfony during an Online conference in English with 2 talks of 40 minutes each.

We offer 2 conference sessions to make sure everyone can attend the event. The Online conference edition will be at 08:00 UTC and 15:00 UTC. Watch the session of your choice or both sessions!

Check the agenda of the conference, learn the latest about Symfony and enhance your knowledge from home:

  • The Symfony Notifier Component (40 min) by Fabien Potencier, project lead of Symfony, founder/CEO of Blackfire and Symfony SAS. Symfony 5.0 introduced a new Notifier Component. It is based on the work done previously in the Mailer, HttpClient, and Messenger component and leverages their features. Learn more about how to use it in your own applications.
  • Preloading and Symfony, a love story (40 min) by Nicolas Grekas, core contributor of Symfony, principal engineer for Symfony SAS. PHP preload is a hot topic these days, yet the first versions of PHP 7.4 crashed when it was enabled. Since September with the first experiments (and crash reports), Nicolas is tracking the beast: PHP 7.4.4 finally makes it usable in all contexts and he has been measuring it on a "Hello World" app. Can you expect the same benefits on your apps? Preloading comes with its own challenges. Let's review them and figure how you can get the most out of it for the benefit of your server's efficiency and response time.

Register now, 9.99€ VAT excluded, per person and attend the online conference. You can buy one or more vouchers, for you or for someone else. Each voucher gives a license to attend one online conference to one person, either online (one screen per person) or offline (one shared screen in a projection room, in this case you need to buy as many vouchers as there are persons in the room). While this licensing policy is not technically enforced, we assume that the community will play fair. For companies, it is a legal requirement.

Whether you can attend the international SymfonyCon or any local SymfonyLive conferences, these online gatherings might be the best opportunity to learn from the best experts of Symfony.

Stay safe and see you tomorrow online!

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