SymfonyLive Berlin 2018 Call for Papers
Berlin will see its next SymfonyLive from October 24th to 26th! This year, we are moving to a new, but familiar, venue: the Mercure MOA, where the international SymfonyCon 2016 took place.
As usual for the Berlin edition, we will have two days of workshops, and a single day conference with two tracks full of talks about Symfony and related technologies.
The CfP is now open!
The CfP for Berlin is already open, so go ahead and submit your talk ideas until July 31st!
Who are we looking for?
Everybody, actually! If you are not a seasoned speaker, and are unsure if you are ready to talk at a SymfonyLive, we are there to support you! Contact us on Twitter or directly via email, or come and visit us at one of our user groups in Berlin or Cologne. We are happy to provide tips, tricks, and mentoring on your topic and for writing your abstract. As always, all speakers will be reimbursed for travel and hotel expenses, are invited to our special speakers’ dinner, and get full access to the conference.
The CfP process does not consider speakers based on any racial, gender or physical criteria. All abstracts are evaluated solely based on content and relevance to the conference.
Our goal is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for all Symfony conferences. As both a speaker and an attendee, you agree to abide by our code of conduct. SensioLabs will provide a care team at the conference venue who will be open to any and all your questions, and will help to solve any situation.
SymfonyLive offers two days of workshops, covering topics from beginner to advanced, from some of the best workshop trainers around. The workshop schedule is published already, so be sure to hop over and get your ticket!
See you all in Berlin :)
Help the Symfony project!
As with any Open-Source project, contributing code or documentation is the most common way to help, but we also have a wide range of sponsoring opportunities.
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