Symfony Live Conferences Updates

I've already posted about the Symfony Live Conferences schedule a few weeks ago, but since then, we have added quite a few sessions from top-notch speakers.

First, during the conference in San Francisco, Dustin Whittle, a Symfony core team member and an ex-evangelist for Yahoo!, will examine how symfony and the community around it has evolved since 2006.

Then, Kris Wallsmith, the symfony 1.3/1.4 release manager, will come and talk about Assetic, his new asset management library for PHP 5.3. This is really great news for PHP and Symfony as he is also working on a bundle for Symfony2. Ping him and help me convincing him to come to Paris too.

I have also great news for the Paris conference. Weka Entertainment, a French social gaming company, will share their experience migrating a very successful Facebook game (more than 8 millions users) to Symfony2. And guess what! They did that in less than three months. I really like those crazy people! They will also talk about their platform, one of the biggest one hosted on the Amazon cloud.

What are you waiting for? Register today and don't miss what I expect to be the most exciting Symfony conferences ever.


Will there be a stream or something for the talks? Will they be free or paid for?

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