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Symfony Live 2011 Paris & San Francisco
October 11, 2010 @ 09:55:19

On the Symfony blog today there's a new post with conference information about two upcoming Symfony Live events happening in Paris and San Francisco in 2011.

So, for the third year in a row, I and Sensio Labs are very proud to announce the Symfony Live conference for 2011 in Paris. And I am even more excited to announce that for the first time, we will also organize a Symfony Live conference in the US (in San Francisco). The San Francisco conference will take place on February 8-9th; and the Paris conference will take place on March 3-4th.

Each of the events will also include "Hacking Days" surrounding them where attendees (or non-attendees - they're free!) can come and work with others on their favorite Symfony projects and code. Besides the conferences, they're also organizing some "Training Day" events. Of course, to fill up all of these conferences, they need speakers so if you're wanting to talk about some of the great stuff you've been doing with Symfony, check out the conference website for more information on getting in on the Call for Papers.

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