SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Winter Edition December 9 – 10, 2021 100% Online 25 talks and 10 workshops

Join us next month at SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Summer Edition

Sfworld Online 2021 Summer

Are you ready to join us next month at the international SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Summer Edition online conference? The entire event, workshops and conference will be organized online in English. All talks will have English subtitles and will be available in replay as soon as the conference ends. Join us for an entire week of Symfony:

  • 2-day online pre-conference workshops on June 15-16
  • 2-day online conference with 2 tracks per day on June 17-18

We're pleased to announce the last Keynote Speaker of the conference:

  • Fabien Potencier, Symfony founder and project lead, will speak at the opening Keynote on June 17 at 10 am (Paris time UTC+2).

Discover now all the talks scheduled for the 2-day conference on June 17 and 18:

Check out now the full conference agenda of SymfonyWorld Online 2021 Summer Edition conference!

All the pre-conference workshop topics have been announced! Choose your workshop now among a combo of two one-day workshops or one two-day workshop, hurry up before they are sold out:

  • Building modular and interactive applications with Symfony UX by trainer Titouan Galopin, 1-day workshop on June 15th.
  • RESTful Webservices in Symfony by trainer Jan Schädlich, 1-day workshop on June 15th.
  • Profiling Symfony & PHP apps by trainer Jérôme Vieilledent, 1-day workshop on June 16th.
  • API development with API Platform by trainer Kévin Dunglas, 1-day workshop on June 16th.
  • Symfony Security in Depth by trainer Andreas Hucks, 1-day workshop on June 16th.
  • Mastering OOP & Design Patterns by trainer Hugo Hamon, 2-day workshop on June 15-16 (a few seats left!)
  • Symfony 5: the fast track by trainer Nicolas Grekas, 2-day workshop on June 15-16.

Book now your workshop only ticket, combo workshop and conference ticket or conference only ticket!

Join us 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.


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