Netgen on tour: Fall 2017 events

Netgen on tour: Fall 2017 events

This fall meet us at these great conferences – let’s talk web!

We begin our tour visiting AI2FUTURE with sessions about Artificial Intelligence and Applied Robotics. The conference will be held in Zagreb, Croatia on October 5-6.

Our frontend team will be at ReactJS Day in Verona, Italy on October 6. The conference will gather a large and active community of JS developers.

Same as every year, a large number of our team will attend WebCamp Zagreb,  a technology-oriented conference for developers and designers. Join many web professionals and entrepreneurs in Zagreb on October 6-7.

PHP Central Europe is the first edition of a community conference for PHP programmers and enthusiasts and will be held on November 3-5 in Rawa Mazowiecka, Poland. Our Ivo will hold a tutorial “Demonstrating advanced layouts and block management in Symfony based web solutions” on November 3 and give a talk “What we learned by merging two big Symfony based applications” on November 5. To find out more about our layouts and block management system, meet Ivo for a chat.

We continue to J. Boye Aarhus 17 Conference on November 7-9. At this digital summit, you can meet world-class speakers, experts, and peers, and talk the latest trends and developments in the digital world.

We finish our tour in Cluj, Romania where our backend devs will be for the fifth edition of SymfonyCon. Join them on November 16-17 for talks, workshops, discussions, and other serious work around Symfony and its environment, and don’t miss Ivo’s lecture on the advanced track on the first day.

If you’re around, feel free to call in. See you! 

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