Symfony Live San Francisco 2012: official Cocktail Party!

Less than 5 days before Symfony Live San Francisco 2012 and we still haven't break the news about the great Cocktail Party we have set up for this edition!

We decided to make it big this year, thanks to Beatport our Cocktail Party sponsor! A wonderful venue, great DJ and beer & wine for all, it's going to be amazing! Come after the first day of the conference and have fun with all the Symfony Community members!

Join us at the Monarch - 101 6th Street (corner of 6th & Mission) on Thursday 27th. From 6:30pm to 10pm we offer the drinks, but the party won't be over! Stay with us and take part in the 3rd annual Leukemia Benefit with the famous DJ Mark Farina.

The Cocktail Party will be free for all Symfony Live attendees with the official wristband. Don't miss it!

So if you are not yet registered for the Symfony Live San Francisco 2012, don't wait and register now. Less than 10 tickets left before the conference will be sold out, hurry up!

We hope to see you there!

Symfony Live San Francisco 2012: official Cocktail Party!

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On the advice of our very own Dustin Whittle (a San Francisco native), we will also be heading to The Mint for karaoke on Friday evening after the conference and a light meal. Expect more details during the conference -- likely to be announced during the Jeopardy game/session on Thursday.

Hopefully, we'll have better luck than Symfony Live London, and we can continue the tradition from Paris and Cologne! If you have no idea what I'm talking about, I invite you to search Youtube for Symfony karaoke :)
Yeah can't wait to be there :)
It would be awesome to have the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra in the same event, art of code blending with art of music.
Looks like this event was created on Beatport DJs.

Event flyer:
Yah! Farina killed it!!! What a fun night! Great speeches today, thank you everyone, I learned a lot. I'm looking forward to tomorrow's sessions...

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