Save the date for SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013!
We’re very happy to announce the first SymfonyCon! It will take place in Warsaw, Poland, from December 10th to 14th. Get ready for this upcoming conference!
But okay, the SymfonyCon is probably confusing you all, so it’s time for a little recap of all the conferences we’re organizing all over the world. Thus, starting from this year, the Symfony Live conferences will be now local events, which means that they will be organized for the Symfony Community of the host country. In other words, Symfony Live Paris is aimed to the French Symfony Community, Symfony Live London for the UK Symfony Community and Symfony Live Berlin for the German Symfony Community. And here comes the SymfonyCon, which will be an international conference. There will be two different SymfonyCon, one for the European Symfony Community and one for the American Symfony Community. The first one we’re organizing will be held in Europe, and we’ve chosen Warsaw to organize it! The weather is a little bit cold in winter, but you won’t probably even feel it, the Westin Warsaw is a warm place ;)
SymfonyCon Warsaw will take place at the Westin hotel for an entire week of Symfony! Here is the schedule: -2 workshop days: Tuesday 10 & Wednesday 11 -2 day conference: Thursday 12 & Friday 13 -1 hacking day & 1 certification exam: Saturday 14
The call for papers is already open; you have until July 31st to submit your talk proposals. Don’t be shy and submit a talk! If you want to sponsor the conference and get a maximum of visibility, read our communication guide for sponsors. Become a sponsor today!
Early bird is also open for registration, so enjoy this special rate and register today! It will end on August 31st; don’t wait until the prices increase.
All the information regarding SymfonyCon Warsaw is available on the website of the event: warsaw2013.symfony.com
To get the latest news about the conference, follow us on twitter @symfonycon, and if you want to spread the word, please use the official hashtag #symfonycon.
Warsaw is a very cool city, especially in winter! We hope to see you there to share your knowledge about Symfony and have fun together!
See you in December!
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