If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to come to the SymfonyLive!

Here we go, the American SymfonyLive conference is announced and will be organized downtown San Francisco on October 29th-30th! After 3 years around the United States, we're very excited to announce that the conference is back in San Francisco! Past SymfonyLive were organized in New York in 2014 and in Portland in 2013, if you were not able to attend those editions, don’t miss this year’s edition in San Francisco to celebrate Symfony’s 10th birthday! A big anniversary implies obviously a GIANT (and incredibly sunny or windy) city.

SymfonyLive San Francisco, it’s 2 days of workshops on October 27th and 28th (topics will be announced soon) and 2 days of conference on October 29th and 30th. Early bird registration is already open, register early and save money, get your ticket for only $199.

You can also start to submit your talk proposals as the Call for Papers is open too, until August 14th. If you’ve ever wanted to share your experience with the Symfony community, don’t hesitate and take your chance. If it’s the first time that you’ll speak publicly don’t worry, we’ll help you. If you have any speaker you would recommend to speak at SymfonyLive San Francisco, nominate them by sending us an email (at annesophie.bachelard[at]sensiolabs.com). Don’t be shy and submit your ideas, don’t hesitate to submit several ideas to increase your chance of selection.

We’re super happy to be back in San Francisco for the American SymfonyLive conference, and we hope to see you all there!

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.

If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to come to the SymfonyLive! symfony.com/index.php/blog/if-you-re-going-to-san-francisco-be-sure-to-come-to-the-symfonylive

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Send free invite to @taylorotwell ;)
@Ivan He actually almost came a few years ago! I think he had some last-second scheduling problems that prevented it, unfortunately.

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