On October 5th, I was the speaker at the symfony day, and I was lucky enough to be able to close the conference.

It was a very interesting experience, although excited I talked about what I know best: improving the performance of a web application.

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[edit] Two months after the talk, visitors pass the 1,200 visits (December 2012).

There were a lot of other interesting topics:

Symfony2 Security Layer - by @K3A, explained in detail the most difficult part of the symfony documentation.

PHPUnit raised by Symfony2 of @euxpom, showed how many utensils you have for free by the Symfony2 framework

Symfony CMF of @jacoporomei described with an overwhelming sympathy a subject very dear to me the CMF and his architecture.

See you next year symfonyday.it

a special thanks @cirpo



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