This fall the PhpStorm team is happy to join four awesome PHP conferences around the world!
At our booth, you’ll meet some of the folks who actually work on PhpStorm. They will be glad to answer any questions you have in mind, share information about future releases, or help with any issues you’ve encountered.
Swing by to say hi, grab cool swag, show off your skills, learn something new in our Code Golf challenge, and most importantly have fun!
php[world] – October 22–25, Washington, D.C., USA
Since 2014, php[world] has been creating an environment where all PHP developers come together to collaborate and build a stronger community. For this 6th php[world] conference, the org team has curated a special lineup of talks, workshops, and full-day training classes. There will also be a couple of amazing keynotes and two panels on the past and future of PHP and frameworks.
JetBrains Team: Olga Strizhenko (Software Developer), Ivan Fedorov (QA Engineer)
Bulgaria PHP – November 8–10, Sofia, Bulgaria
The third edition of this community-driven event in Bulgaria will have 35 speakers with a wide range of topics on two conference days with three tracks, a workshop day with four workshops, discussions, a cocktail party, and lots of PHP folks you all know!
JetBrains Team: Andrey Sokolov (Software Developer), Kirill Smelov (Software Developer)
PHP.BARCELONA – November 12–13, Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona is a place you want to visit this fall to see the beautiful city and diligently crafted PHP conference. Among other top-notch speakers, the lineup includes a talk from Nikita Popov.
JetBrains Team: Nikita Popov (Software Developer), Olga Strizhenko (Software Developer), Dmitry Tronin (Support Engineer), Artemy Pestretsov (Software Developer)
SymfonyCon – November 21–23, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Without any doubt, this is the main Symfony event of the year. So if you like the framework, consider going to Amsterdam this November to see two days of interesting talks, learn at two days of workshops, take part in a hack-day to give back to the community, and… have we mentioned having lots of fun?!
JetBrains Team: Anton Monakov (Technical Writer), Ivan Fedorov (QA Engineer)
See you soon!