TAG | Symfony Live 2011
Got a slight suspicion that tomorrow will be rechristened to Hangover Day given that tonight beers will be free.
So I continue live blogging and you can expect an update at the end of each session given that power supply and Wifi work as expected.
What a night! Had a wonderful and fun evening yesterday with about 30 (?) other symfonians. Discussed eager responses, dependency injection containers and scrum versus the client with so many interesting people I don’t even dare to put names down in case I forget someone. Thanks to all!
Because of that and the slight headache that comes along with it I decided to try to do some live blogging. Well almost live as I will try to update at the end of each session I see.
For those of you already there and attending the Training Day: have fun!
And for those looking for opportunities to meet fellow Symfonians take a look at http://tmeet.de/sflive and see where it’s at.
I was thinking about writing up a post about my personal schedule but I have yet to decide on some sessions and I’m sure you all have seen the amazing schedule.
I should arrive near the conference place around 8pm and would be happy to join any of you for a beer or two.
Yesterday way already insightful to say the least and there is a huge interest by those unable to attend as I can see from my stats.
Let’s try to gather as much presentations again!
Unfortunately I can not participate as the US of A are quite far away from mainland Europe but fortunately there is twitter and the the hastag #sflive2011 to follow what’s going on.
Here are a few highlights so far.
I learned about a news bulleting on developpez.com through Twitter last week. It claims official news from Sension about Symfony2 being released in March 2011 with the next Symfony Live conference instead of the previously proclaimed “end of the year”. Fabien Potencier confirmed that this is indeed his best guess but that there was no official statement. Yesterday (Monday) this was confirmed again in the “a week of symfony” newsletter.
Looking back at my Symfony2 post last week I have to rethink.