SymfonyCon Brussels 2023: Keynote: Is Remote the past or the future of work?
SymfonyCon Brussels 2023 is just around the corner and will start on
- December 5-6: Workshop days. It is possible to attend 1 two-day training or 2 one-day trainings!
- December 7-8: Conference days with 3 parallels tracks and 1 unconference track in English.
🎤 New speaker announcement!
We are thrilled to announce that the schedule is now complete following the publication of our partner's track: Platform.sh, the Official PaaS of Symfony! Discover below one of the topics that will be proposed to you in this track:
Fred Plais, Co-founder & CEO, Platform.sh and Caroline Leroy, Chief People Officer, Platform.sh will present "Keynote: Is Remote the past or the future of work?" on December 8th:
"After the Covid surge, has remote work recently gotten unpopular in 2023?
Many large tech companies have now turned their backs on remote work. Remote work would decrease productivity, hurt the company culture, generate silos... leading to reestablishing back to the office policies in many tech companies.
How much of this stands and how much can be mitigated? This session will explore good practices from the field and actionable testimonials that can help make remote work fine both for employers and employees."
🔎 Read the detailed content of SymfonyCon Brussels 2023's talks and workshops
Immerse yourself with many captivating talks delivered by renowned speakers as Allison Guilhem, Ondřej Mirtes, Stefan Koopmanschap, Magali Milbergue, Nils Adermann, Kévin Dunglas, Sebastian Bergmann, Ryan Weaver, Gary Pegeot, Alexander M. Turek, Ramona Schwering, Marion Hurteau, Rick Kuipers, Karim Pinchon, Bruno Henrique De Souza, Ben Marks & Niklas Dzösch, Guillaume Loulier, Susanne Moog, Rémi Janot, Diego Aguiar, Sofia Lescano, Antoine Bluchet, Tugdual Saunier, Anne-Julia Seitz, Konrad Oboza, Simon André and, Christopher Hertel.
The detailed schedule is available here.
All exciting workshop topics are also available on this page!
Take part on the unconference track
The unconference track is a participant-driven and collaborative talk format that relies on attendees to shape content and discussions in real-time! Have a topic burning in your mind? Seize the moment! Reach out to us via email at
firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your slot and set the stage for an unforgettable experience. Each unconference talk lasts 20 minutes (screen and projector available).
🎟️ Select the ticket of your choice
Register by clicking on Buy ticket and choose your ticket:
- "Workshops only", December 5-6
- "Conference only", December 7-8
- Combo ticket "Conference + Workshops" to live a full Symfony week experience!
🧳 Organize your participation by reading the attendee's guide and complete your Symfony.live profile
Read our guide with all the information about the venue, accommodation, catering, etc.
Complete your Symfony Live profile as soon as possible to let us know about your diet and whether you'd like to receive the conference t.shirt!
🎉 Plan to attend the evening at the Brussels Comics Museum on Thursday, December 7
Let's get together for a friendly evening at the Brussels Comics Museum from 7:30 to 11:00 pm! The museum is just a 15-minute walk from the conference venue.
💻 Save the date for the next Symfony hackathon right after the conference on Saturday, December 9
Everyone is welcome to join the hackday! Whether you're an experienced contributor or new to the community, your participation is highly valued as it brings a fresh perspective! More details are available here. The hackathon will be hosted at Smile Benelux from 09.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. CET. Address: Avenue de Broqueville 12, 1150 Brussels.
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Join us for the exciting annual international Symfony conference, be part of the @symfony community!
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