SymfonyLive London is in 3 weeks, will you be there?

The SymfonyLive London conference is only 3 weeks away! Did you take your ticket yet? Late registration is still open for a few days, get your conference ticket at 219£ until September 6th. After that day, the price will increase! Secure your seat now at the best price to attend the 8th edition of the best Symfony conference in London!

On September 12th, we organize pre-conference workshops to help you improve your PHP and Symfony skills. You can choose one workshop topic among the 3 workshops we offer:

  • “Practical Design Patterns with Symfony” by Titouan Galopin,

  • “Building API-driven apps with API Platform” by Kévin Dunglas,

  • “Getting ready for Symfony 5” by Nicolas Grekas.

If you are thinking of registering for a workshop, don’t wait any longer and book your combo ticket (workshop and conference) before there are no seats left anymore. Workshop tickets cannot be sold separately from the conference tickets.

Still having doubts in joining SymfonyLive London? Have a look at the incredible speaker line-up and discover all the fabulous talks you’ll be able to attend on September 13th!

Last year, Fabien Potencier talked about the Mailer component which was released in Symfony 4.3. This year, he is coming back with yet another new Symfony Component which will be part of Symfony 4.4! Can you guess what this component is going to be about? One hint: this talk is part of his series of talks about going back to the basics.

Check out the entire conference agenda and all the talks' details of each presentation!

Will you join the party? If so, hurry up to take your conference ticket or combo ticket pre-conference workshop and conference before the price change on September 6th.

See you at the conference!

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.

SymfonyLive London is in 3 weeks, will you be there?

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