SymfonyLive Berlin 2015

Autumn is approaching, and that means it's time for various SymfonyLive conferences!

In Berlin, we are happy to celebrate the fourth SymfonyLive in Germany - and of course, we will warm up for Symfony's official 10th birthday party in December in Paris!

Like last year, we are focusing on the German language community, but as always, we will have some international guests - so a few selected talks will be in English.

We have expanded our workshop program due to popular demand. We'll have two days of five full-day workshops each, so there are a whopping 10 workshops to choose from. We'll cover everything from the Symfony basics, Symfony Forms and REST services, to Fabien's Profiling PHP workshop and DevOps topics. So be sure to head over to the workshop page and take a look what's in there for you:

After the workshop days, there will be two conference days - Thursday and Friday - with two tracks of talks. We'll have talks from Bernhard Schussek, Sebastian Bergmann, Benjamin Eberlei, Matthias Noback, Johann-Peter Hartmann, Bastian Hoffmann, and Beau Simensen, to just name a few. If you'd like to give presenting a talk of your own a try, there will be Lightning Talk slots on both days! Get more info at:

Of course, we will have a toast on Symfony at our conference party as well (everybody is invited).

If you want to hang out with other Symfony developers and contribute to Symfony or other projects, then you should stay for our hackday on Saturday. Snacks and drinks will be provided, and as always, participation is free! You can register at:

An event of this scale is not possible without its sponsors. So we would very much like to thank our sponsors for supporting this event and the Symfony community, great job!

Platinum Sponsors 2015:

Gold Sponsors 2015:

We are looking forward to seeing you all in Berlin in October!

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