Symfony Live Paris 2012: The Schedule
With more than 130 talk submissions, we had a hard time putting together what we think is a great schedule for Symfony Live Paris 2012.
This year, we will have three parallel tracks with many great talks and great speakers.
We will have many Symfony talks based on real-life experience: learn new tricks about Security and Assetic from Kris Wallsmith, and let Richard Miller teach you tips on how to use the Service Container.
Talking about real-life experience, we will also have sessions about how companies are using Symfony to solve their problems: John Cleveley will tell us everything about the new responsive BBC news site, Xavier Hausherr will talk about Overblog, the biggest european blogging platform, and Gaylord Aulke will share his experience building the new wetter.com with Symfony.
This year, we have two special guests, who will deliver very interesting talks:
Designing HTTP Interfaces and RESTful Web Services by David Zuelke: REST is everywhere... or at least everyone thinks that his beloved API is RESTful. But the reality is often different and not so many APIs are truly RESTful. Join David Zuelke for a great session about HTTP and REST. I've attended this session more than once and I can tell you that this is definitely a must-see.
Symfony2 meets Drupal 8 by Larry Garfield: You might be aware that the next version of Drupal will use a bunch of Symfony Components. Larry, one of the architect of this (r)evolution, will talk about how they are going to leverage the power of Symfony within Drupal.
In addition to the three regular tracks, Stefan Koopmanschap will host the unconference again this year. Don't miss this great opportunity to talk about your favorite topic.
As always, organizing such a conference would not be possible with the support of some sponsors... and like every year, ServerGrove is again one of our sponsors. We have many sponsoring options, so have a look at our sponsor guide and consider supporting us.
Join us for what will be the best and biggest Symfony conference ever!
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As with any Open-Source project, contributing code or documentation is the most common way to help, but we also have a wide range of sponsoring opportunities.
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