Category: Conferences

PFCongres 2012 wrapup

Right after Symfony Live London was finished, I flew over to Amsterdam to participate in my first  PFCongres. This was the 7th edition of this conference, organized by the PFZ.nl Association. It took place in the dutch city of Utrecht, about 30 minutes south of Amsterdam. I was there to give a talk about “Rock Solid Deployment […]

September 21 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Conferences, PHP
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Symfony Live London Wrapup

For the first time ever a Symfony Live conference was held in London. Needless to say, the Brits know how to put on a show. Even the food was good, proving that the common stereotypes about the British aren’t always true. It was a fun filled two-day event, offering training workshops the first day, and […]

September 20 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Conferences, PHP, Symfony
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Upcoming PHP Conferences for 2nd half of 2012

ServerGrove’s CTO Pablo Godel will speak at the PFCongres conference on September 15th, being held in Utrecht, NL. The year 2012 has been an incredible year for PHP conferences, but it is not over yet, and we still have a few more coming up before the year is over. Some great conferences are around the […]

August 23 / 2012
Author Kim
Category Conferences, PHP, Symfony
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Symfony Live Paris 2012 here we go!

The conference season is in full gear. We just came back from Italy where we sponsored and assisted phpDay 2012, and next week we will be crossing the big pond again. This time our destination is Paris, France. The 2012 edition of Symfony Live will take place in Paris between the 6th and 9th of […]

May 30 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Conferences, Symfony
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phpDay 2012 Report

by Pablo Godel  Last week I returned from Verona, Italy where I spent a full week with some of the best Javascript and PHP developers out there. I’ve been wanting to go to phpDay for a number of years so when I was invited to present a talk about Symfony2 and MongoDB, there were no […]

May 29 / 2012
Author Pablo
Category Conferences, PHP
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