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Online SymfonyTour 2021 was a blast!

We had the pleasure to meet the entire Symfony community for the last online conference of 2021 last week, on December 9th and 10th. After a year organizing online conferences, we wrapped up the Online SymfonyTour of 2021 with the SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Winter Edition conference!

Meeting you all online was amazing, we were super pleased to organize several conferences throughout the year and meet the Symfony community from all over the world at different times and in different languages:

The final conference of this amazing online SymfonyTour 2021 organized last week, SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Winter Edition, offered 10 workshops during 2 days and 25 talks with 3 tracks during 2 days. An incredible week of Symfony, all organized online, gathered 150+ workshop attendees and 1,000+ conference attendees! Thank you all for attending the last Symfony conference of the year and celebrate the recent release of Symfony 5.4 and 6.0 together!

A huge thank you to all our speakers, workshop trainers and sponsors for this fantastic year online together! They all did a great job, being available before and during these great conferences. Thank you very much for your support and involvement within the Symfony community!

If you missed a conference, buy a ticket to watch the replay of any conference organized online this year.

Get ready now for the SymfonyTour 2022! We will be super pleased to meet you physically at SymfonyLive Paris 2022, on April 7-8 for the French conference and online for the SymfonyWorld Online 2022 Summer Edition conference in English on June 16-17. More details on our blog about SymfonyLive Paris 2022 and about SymfonyWorld Online 2022 Summer Edition. Early bird registration and CFP are both open for each conference, register and submit your talk proposals now!

We hope to meet all of you in 2022, take care!

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