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SitePoint PHP Blog:
Announcing PHP Summer Camp
June 17, 2014 @ 11:22:07

The SitePoint PHP blog has a new post officially announcing the PHP Summer Camp, an event being held in Rovinj, Croatia on September 3rd through 6th with a larger focus on Symfony and related technology.

The Summer Camp is a two-in-one type of event that focuses on practical workshops and training. [...] The Summer Camp is the perfect middle ground between conferences and official training camps/academies, lacking the formality but exceeding conference-type gatherings in that one practical regard: unlike conferences, which are often little more than glorified slideshows, attendees go home from PSC with new, practical, usable knowledge that can be applied immediately, because they then have actual hands on experience with everything the speakers talked about.

Since it's happening at the same time and same place as the eZ Summer Camp, there'll be a wide range of sessions to choose from. He includes a quick list of some of the topics that'll be covered including Symfony+Behat, using Sylius, REST APIs with Symfony and using the CMF for a CMS. He includes some shots of the location and links to the travel and accommodation information for those interested in attending.

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