SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022: A self-training journey to the Symfony Certification - and beyond
SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 will start in 71 days! As this event approaches we are pleased to announce you the next person joining the speaker team is:
Camille Jouan, Developer for Platform.sh, will talk about "A self-training journey to the Symfony Certification - and beyond":
When I first considered the Symfony Certification, I had no idea where to start. After freaking out in front of that huge mountain, I realized that I just needed a good roadmap to start climbing!
We’re gonna talk methodology, tools, timeline, resources. No magic recipes, only tips and tricks that helped me figure out the path to the final exam. And then I’ll explain how all of this can be applied to "any" self-training need..
Let's discover the SymfonyCon Disneyland Paris 2022 agenda:
November 15-16: Pre-conference workshops. Discover the topics that will be organized and register.
November 17-18: 2 days of great talks and speakers: Fabien Potencier, Sebastian Bergmann, Marion Hurteau, Diego Aguiar, Ondřej Mirtes, Titouan Galopin, Pauline Vos, Tomas Votruba, David Buchmann, Alexander M. Turek, Isabel Garrido Cardenas, Stefan Koopmanschap, and Mathieu Santostefano (read the detailed program)
Are you hesitating to register? Here are the 5 main reasons to come to the conference:
- Meet in real-life the people from the Symfony community you’re working with / talking to online the rest of the year
- Network with the community
- Discover the latest news about Symfony in prime time
- Ask all the questions you have about Symfony/PHP to the Symfony Core Team
- Have fun in a inclusive and friendly environment in a bright city!
Do not wait any longer, REGISTER NOW
Join us for this exciting event, be part of the @symfony community!
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