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Back from Symfony Live Berlin

Thursday 29 November 2012 12:01:05 pm

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Last week I was present at Symfony Live Berlin, speaking about eZ Publish 5.

This was a really nice conference, very technical, with a lot of nice talks and workshops. It was a good opportunity to finally meet many Symfony guys I usually meet on IRC, Github or mailing lists, like Lukas Smith (Symfony CMF, PHPCR...), Benjamin Eberlei (Doctrine core dev) or Nils Adermann (Composer).

My talk was about eZ Publish 5 meeting Symfony, and how we solved backward compatibility issues. It was very well received by Symfony community I must say. Here are a few quotes from Joind.in :

Really interesting approaches to deal with legacy projects.

Very interesing point that we're now in the ages where projects share code between each other!

Before the talk I had no idea of the lambda's usefulness in migrating from legacy/non-symfony application to Symfony full stack / Symfony Components based infrastructure.

The global organization was really good and must be credited to Sensio Labs Deutschland (I love the Symfony candy bears) and I highly encourage eZ Community to attend to Symfony Live conferences whenever possible (there are 4 a year: Paris, London, San Francisco and Berlin).

Slides : http://www.slideshare.net/lolautruche/symfony-and-ez-publish-lets-have-a-trip-together

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