Symfony Live Conference 2010 updates
Since the last time I blogged about the next Symfony Live Conference, I have a whole lot of exiting news.
First of all, because I receive a lot of questions about the language of the conference, I want to say again that the whole conference will be held in English only. As a matter of fact, I can tell you than people from 24 countries have already registered for the conference.
The conference program has been updated with a few more sessions:
Matthew Weier O'Phinney, project lead for Zend Framework, will talk about using Symfony and Zend Framework together;
Dustin Whittle, developer evangelist for Yahoo's Open strategy, will host a session about building a platform from symfony at Yahoo!
With these two new sessions, the conference will be a blast and you will have tons of opportunities to talk with the great rockstar speakers.
The Training Day
On February 15th, the day before the conference starts, Sensio Labs will host a training day with 5 trainings in parallel. All trainings will be hosted by a member of the symfony core team:
"What's new in symfony 1.3/1.4?" by Kris Wallsmith, release manager of symfony 1.3 and 1.4
"Doctrine 1.2" by Jonathan Wage, lead developer of Doctrine
"Using symfony and Zend Framework together" by Stefan Koopmanschap, symfony community manager
"Hosting Practices with symfony" by Grégoire Hubert, release manager of symfony 1.0
"Symfony and Web Services" by Dustin Whittle, symfony expert and Yahoo! consultant
The number of seat is very limited as each track will have no more than 12 trainees. Since the announcement on Twitter, a few people have already booked their seats, so you need to register sooner than later if you don't want to miss the opportunity to be trained by the symfony experts.
Since last time, some more companies have joined our sponsor list. Besides Sensio Labs, we now have 7 sponsors:
You can still become a sponsor if you want to support us.
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