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Let's end this year with a blast!

To round up a wonderful year of Symfony Live conferences in Paris, London, and San Francisco, we're going to bring our tour to an end in Berlin. Symfony Live Berlin is going to take place this November on the 22nd and 23rd.

As an exclusive event location we have chosen the Umweltforum Berlin - an over 100 year old church!

On Thursday 22nd, we're going to host the "Symfony Ecosystem" conference focusing on everything that is not directly related to the framework itself. Also you will have the opportunity to attend one of five different workshops focusing on a wide variety of interesting topics.

During the "Main Conference" on Friday 23rd, all talks will purely focus on topics about the Symfony2 framework.

Check the detailed speakers schedule on our conference website. Take a sneak peek at what is coming up.

Symfony Certification Exam

During the "Main Conference" on Friday 23rd, SensioLabs organizes a Symfony certification examination. Register to become a SensioLabs certified Symfony Developer.

After Conference Party

After Fabien Potencier's Keynote on Friday 23rd, the conference is still not over - join the party, have free beer & snacks and enjoy a great time with all conference attendees and speakers.

Hacking Day

Last but not least we're going to host a Hacking Day on Saturday 24th at the Plus Berlin Hotel. The Hacking Day is free for everyone!

Early Bird

Please notice: the Early Bird will close on October, 21st. So, if you have not registered yet, go ahead and grab a ticket.

To get the latest information about the conference make sure you follow the official Twitter account #symfony_live or conference website.


SensioLabs Deutschland likes to thank all sponsors for supporting Symfony Live Berlin: Microsoft Windows Azure, Mayflower, eZ Systems, Shopware, ICANS, InnoGames, ServerGrove, GFU Cyrus AG,, t3n, O'Reilly

See you next month!

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I will be at the hackday and will organize a CMF hack session. For those not familiar with the CMF there will also be an opportunity to get an introduction. By the time of the conference we should be in beta ..

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