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SymfonyLive San Francisco 2015

SymfonyLive San Francisco 2015

29.Oct.2015 - 30.Oct.2015
Crunchyroll offices

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This year, the Golden Gate Bridge spans from Paris to San Francisco!

That’s right! SensioLabs’ North American SymfonyLive conference will be held in San Francisco on October 29th-30th. We are super excited to be back in San Francisco for the SymfonyLive conference and even more excited as Symfony turns 10!

Symfony Frisco fans don’t miss the upcoming conference! Join us for all the best Symfony presentations, discussions, symposiums, meetups and the after-conf cocktail party.

Get the early bird special price of only $199 for two days of Symfony and keep an eye out for the upcoming workshop dates to be announced soon!

SymfonyLive San Francisco is a 4-day event from October 27th to 30th:

-Two-day workshop: Tuesday, 27th and Wednesday, 28th
-Two-day conference: Thursday, 29th and Friday, 30th

Enjoy the atmosphere of downtown San Francisco while hearing all the latest and best developments with Symfony!

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

Hope to see you there!

Your host(s):
Anne-SophieFabien Potencier

01.Nov.2015 at 09:56 by aenglander (26 comments) (Feedback)

Really had a fantastic time. The Heroku event was great. Having it away from the event made it more difficult for me to just leave. As a result, I forced myself to meet more people than I would normally. Well done.

06.Nov.2015 at 06:45 by Anonymous (Feedback)

- Several really good talks
- Great food selection, something conferences can struggle with.

- The conference ended up only being one track, despite the website showing it as two tracks even on the day of. No one could bother to go update the site?
- Location was not great - room was too small for the number of people, and had no tables for laptops during talks. The room next door was so noisy during some talks I saw the audience constantly looking over at the "door".
- Organizers and so many speakers so often speaking French around an English speaking audience makes people feel left out. If you want more involvement in Symfony in the US, it will help if you make people feel more welcome. Maybe that's not a goal for Symfony, I don't know.

For a tenth anniversary, the whole thing seemed very low key. I don't see any reason to attend again next year, sorry.


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