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Symfony Camp UA 2012 Announced
November 15, 2012 @ 11:09:16

The official announcement has been posted about a Symfony-related conference coming up next month (December 2012) happening in Kiev - Symfony Camp UA 2012.

This year Symfony Camp UA 2012 conference will be held on December 1, 2012 (Kiev, Ukraine). It'll be dedicated to the development of web applications using Symfony PHP Framework. At present it's the biggest event of its kind, held in the territory of CIS on a yearly basis. Last year more than 200 persons attended the conference. The aim of the event is to gather all people who already develop using the new version of Symfony 2 PHP Framework or only plan using it in their work. This conference is a wonderful opportunity for getting acquainted, exchange of experience and broadening of one's knowledge.

If you hurry and get in before the 18th of November, you can pick up your ticket for about 20 Euro. After that it's just 25 Euro. Additionally, if you're interested in presenting at the event, they're currently accepting submissions. For the latest updates, you can follow them on Twitter.

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