Symfony meetup organized in India for the first time!
We’re super pleased to announce that for the first time ever a Symfony meetup will be organized in India next month.
Symfony India Meetup is the only meetup about Symfony in India and it will be organized on December 15th by the enthusiastic team of Webkul. During one day, from 11 am to 6 pm, discover the latest about Symfony and its ecosystem with famous speakers! Fabien Potencier will be speaking remotely about "What's new in Symfony 4". Kamil Kokot, Software Engineer at Sylius, and Wojtek Krzyzowski, Business Solution Architect at Oro Inc will also be speaking there.
Join this free meetup to meet other developers using Symfony, exchange ideas and talk about code, architecture and innovation with Symfony. During this meetup, you'll also learn the latest trends in eCommerce ecosystem, tactics to improve your product management capabilities and how to write efficient code for your eCommerce application. Finally, you'll learn more about performance optimization for your website with Blackfire.io.
Plus, there will be pizzas and drinks served during the day! Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet the Indian Symfony community and listen to talks focused on Symfony and its cutting-edge benefits to eCommerce. In addition to the talks, we will also discuss the path forward for this meetup, its focus and purpose, and how we can grow the Indian Symfony community.
Discover the entire agenda on their official meetup page or watch their welcome to the meetup video to get more details! And don’t forget to register to the meetup if you plan to go there!
Here is the meetup location:
Webkul Software A.67 Sector 63
IN - 201301
This meetup is proudly hosted by Webkul and its enthusiastic Symfony team. We'd like to give them a warm thank for putting this meetup together: thank you for your help and Symfony support from there!
We are very pleased to meet next month the Indian Symfony community!
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