Second Round of Selected Speakers at SymfonyWorld 2021 Online 2021 Winter Conference
A few days ago we announced the first selected speakers and the workshops of the upcoming SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Winter Edition conference (December 9-10, 2021). Today we are announcing eight additional speakers and talks.
After several years of experience building Software As A Service products, Titouan Galopin will share some important tips on how to build a technically effective platform while also focusing on your business (e.g. how to build great subscription mechanisms, how to rely on other services, how to plan your software architecture for growth, etc.)
When building an application, you have to take care of many things to not introduce security issues. In this talk, Jérémy Derussé will show you several cases of security issues, what are their impacts and how to fix them.
When customizing some Symfony feature to match your business needs, sometimes you need to change the way some core services are wired. This can create some friction in future upgrades. In this talk, Robin Chalas will show you the steps to follow to extend Symfony's code the right way based on real-word examples and a deep dive into the backward-compatibility promise.
Thanks to Symfony UX and Turbo you can now build traditional applications that return HTML and have the "no-refresh" SPA experience. In this talk, Ryan Weaver will show how to incrementally convert an existing application into a Turbo-powered app with zero full page refreshes.
You will also get a primer on Turbo Frames and the cool Turbo Streams, which allow you to update any part of any user's page in real time!
Symfony Flex has recently added new configurators for Docker and Docker Compose. This means that Symfony can now transparently add the services and PHP extensions needed by your preferred packages.
Kévin Dunglas will show you how to leverage this feature and how to get the most out of Docker skeletons that you can use locally, but also in your CI system and in production!
Your new project following Service Oriented Architecture is online, visitors report a problem in the front-end and nobody can find the service that is breaking the call sequence. Clément Bertillon, using this real-world experience, will show you how to survive a flood of bad requests and services to avoid production from remaining down for too long.
Design patterns are not a "silver bullet" but they provide a common ground for developers. In this presentation, Łukasz Chruściel will take a closer look and explain how some of these design patterns are applied on Symfony Components.
Sometimes, the structure of the data in your application needs to change without redeploying a new application version (e.g. e-commerce products with different attributes). To solve this problem, Hubert Lenoir will show you how different PHP projects like Sylius or Drupal solved this problem and how you can solve it in your Symfony applications.
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