Pre-conference workshops at SymfonyCon Paris 2015 are announced!
Symfony3 is arriving soon, so we want you to be trained on the latest version of Symfony, get more skills and learn new tips and tricks with the framework. The good news is that we have finally got the entire workshop schedule!
Pre-conference workshops at SymfonyCon Paris 2015 will be organized on December 1st and 2nd. This year, we’re pleased to offer 8 different workshop combos which give you 8 different possibilities of Symfony training before the conference. Each workshop is composed of 2 days of workshops, if you register for a workshop, you register for 2 days according to the topics you’ve selected. You can be trained on 6 different topics, some of which are brand new topic workshops organized exclusively for SymfonyCon Paris 2015. Depending on the topics you choose, the workshops can be half-day or one-day workshops, but altogether your training will last 2 days.
Here is the list of all the pre-conference workshop topics you can attend with their respective trainer:
- Symfony Forms Master Class by Bernhard Schussek (one-day workshop)
- What's new in Symfony 3 by Hugo Hamon (one-day workshop)
- Deep Dive into Doctrine 2 by Benjamin Eberlei (half-day workshop)
- Getting started with Rest by Sarah Khalil (half-day workshop)
- Migration Guide to Symfony 3.0 by Nicolas Grekas (half-day workshop)
- Profiling PHP Applications by Tugdual Saunier (half-day workshop)
Check out the entire schedule online and register now for the workshops. It's early bird until October 23rd, get trained during 2 days for 890€. Save money and register before the early bird ends! If you're not registered yet for the SymfonyCon Paris conference, it's time to register too!
All coffee breaks and lunch are included for all workshops. Workshop tickets are sold separately from the conference tickets.
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