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SymfonyCamp Announced (Sept 6th-8th)
August 16, 2007 @ 17:42:00

Stefan Koopmanschap pointed us towards some information for an upcoming Symfony-related event - SymfonyCamp, happening September 6th through the 8th at the Dutch Open Projects office.

SymfonyCamp is an event for the true fan of the symfony framework, or for those who want to learn more about this PHP5 MVC web application framework. During the business day, the power of open source for the enterprise will be the main theme, with symfony taking a central role. During the technology days, developers can geek out during sessions on a variety of topics, with a separate beginner track and a separate expert track depending on your symfony skill level.

If you sign up before August 17th, you'll get the early bird price of 100 Euro. After that, it's a 150 registration charge. This includes the location, the talks and a copy of your very own of "The Definitive Guide To Symfony" from APress.

Check out the conference website for the full details on this great three-day event.

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