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SymfonyCon Paris 2015

SymfonyCon Paris 2015

03.Dec.2015 - 05.Dec.2015
Folies Bergère

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SensioLabs is proud to organize the third edition of the SymfonyCon, the international Symfony conference.This year, to celebrate Symfony’s 10th birthday, the conference is organized in Paris, Symfony’s hometown! If you love Symfony, there’s no better place than the City of Love to celebrate its birthday together!

For this great occasion, we have chosen an incredible, magical venue, one of the most famous Parisian theaters, full of history… Welcome to "les Folies Bergère"!

We look forward to welcoming you back to Paris for talks, workshops, discussions and other serious work around Symfony and its environment, then sharing this very special Parisian atmosphere… And of course, celebrating THE Birthday Party!

SymfonyCon Paris is a 5-day event from December 1st to the 5th:

-Two-day workshop: Tuesday, 1st and Wednesday, 2nd
-Two-day conference: Thursday, 3rd and Friday, 4th
-One hackday: Saturday, 5th

For the latest conference news follow @SymfonyCon on twitter, official hashtag #SymfonyCon.

Get ready to celebrate Symfony’s 10th birthday!
See you in Paris!


Your host(s):
Anne-SophieFabien Potencier

03.Dec.2015

KEYNOTE 10 years of Symfony (09:15) Rating: 5 of 5 38
TALK Dig in Security with Symfony (10:00)
Sarah Khalil
Rating: 4 of 5 38
TALK When E-commerce meets Symfony (10:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Move Fast, Break Less: From DevOps to NoOps with Platform.sh (11:00)
Fred Plais
Rating: 4 of 5 21
TALK 40 ms: How HSNG delivers personalized e-commerce with Symfony and Magento in the blink of an eye (11:00)
Magnus Nordlander, Patrik Wallin
Rating: 3 of 5 18
TALK The cloud is the future, and your architecture isn't ready (11:45)
David Zuelke
Rating: 3 of 5 22
TALK Continuous delivery, testing in prod, autoscaling and business workflows for a SF app in the Cloud (11:45)
Benjamin Talmard
Rating: 2 of 5 4
TALK Building high profile webapps with Symfony and API Platform (14:00) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 62
TALK Rethinking Extension Development for PHP and HHVM (14:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Symfony routing under the hood (14:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 18
TALK How Symfony Components boost the next generation of TYPO3 (15:45)
Benni Mack
Rating: 0 of 5 3
TALK Doctrine 2: To Use or Not to Use (15:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 38
KEYNOTE A Journey Down the Open Road (16:30)
Yoav Kutner
Rating: 4 of 5 19

04.Dec.2015

KEYNOTE Guard Authentication: Powerful, Beautiful Security (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 41
TALK Symfony2 at BlaBlaCar (09:45)
Olivier Dolbeau, Benjamin De Bernardi
Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK How Symfony 3.0 moves forward without letting anyone behind (09:45)
Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 17
TALK Breaking Boundaries with FastCGI (10:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Matters of State (10:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 30
TALK Blackfire.io - A Symfony project like no other (11:30)
Tugdual Saunier
Rating: 4 of 5 11
TALK Lightning fast Symfony tests (11:30) Rating: 4 of 5 17
TALK New Symfony Tips and Tricks (14:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 36
TALK "Perfect" caching with FOSHttpCache (14:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 11
TALK Comparing Symfony2 perfs in PHP7 migration (14:45)
julien pauli
Rating: 5 of 5 7
TALK Symfony: Your next Microframework (15:45)
Ryan Weaver
Rating: 5 of 5 18
TALK Symfony2 Forms: Do's and Don'ts (15:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 24
KEYNOTE Behind the Scenes of Maintaining an Open Source Project (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 29

05.Dec.2015 at 18:51 by ftassi (48 comments) (Feedback)

I need to be a bit critical here, I'll try to be constructive though. I get that organizing a huge event like this is hard and that *shit* happens sometime, but there are some things I didn't like about this SymfonyCon.

First of all the schedule: the first day, due to security check (mainly), the organization was late on schedule right from the beginning. That's all right, things can go wrong :D but if a speaker starts his talk at 10.00 instead of 10.45 you should try to give hime his time anyway. Keep QA shorter, ask him to cut some minutes off his presentation maybe, but please please, *please* keep the next speaker and the next crowd out of the room until the end of the talk. Otherwise it will just be a mess. You will still be late on schedule *and* your talks will also be ruined by people going in and out forever. This happened for sure in track B (first talk, first day).

The second thing that annoyed me was the crowd, constantly moving out of the room *during* the Q&A sessions (specially the second day). I think this is kind of rude and disrespectful to the speakers. Off course the hosts are not responsible for the people being *rude*, but imho the should have noticed the pattern and asked the crowd to keep listening until the *actual* end of the topics (Q&A is an important part of a talk).

The last negative thing I'd like to point out, is the location. The theatre was amazing, beautiful but not quite right for this kind of event. I would have liked a more practical choice. A proper conference room is, most of the times, the best choice for a conference, maybe with seats for lunch, and tables etc etc. I don't know why that particular location was chosen, maybe there was no alternatives at all, maybe it looked *fancy*. For me, I would have preferred something like a university, an hotel etc etc.

That said, the conference was good, I enjoyed the second day in particular, great talks, great speakers.

09.Dec.2015 at 09:24 by Anonymous (Feedback)

Lighting talk about my vagrant setup for php: http://de.slideshare.net/dominikzogg/lightning-talk-vagrantphp

10.Dec.2015 at 21:07 by kbsali (21 comments) (Feedback)

The venue was precious... but totally not adapted to a geeks' conference! Wifi was really bad (in track B there was no wifi at all), and the food breaks were more of a war than a meal.
Having said that, quite a few really cool talks, other far less interesting, specially the very sponsors' marketing oriented sessions. It's ok to mention them, it's ok to talk a bit about them, but I felt it was too much here!
I still had fun! :) And the sfcon party was very original and well thought!

Thanks!

All tracks

4 sessions
Track A

12 sessions
Track B

10 sessions

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