SymfonyLive Berlin 2024: Using container’s features to manage complexity

SymfonyLive Berlin 2024 start in 2 months: on June 20-21, get ready for the impressive lineup of speakers and topics. Visit here to learn more and don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity!

We’re excited to reveal the next speaker, and it’s none other than…

Viktor Pikaev, will talk about „Using container’s features to manage complexity“:

„For our AI assistant we used many of the features of the Symfony container to reduce and control the complexity of the system.

I would like to show how to use custom service tags, compiler passes and custom PHP attributes to build flexible and autoconfigurable system.

It will be shown using an example of our AI assistant, which is used in production in one of the largest fashion marketplaces in Nordic Europe.

This presentation is more about using the Symfony container and its strengths than about AI.“

It’s easy to join SymfonyLive Berlin 2024 with just a few clicks:

1) Read the detailed talks:

Sebastian Bergmann, Andreas Braun, Nils Adermann, Ramona Schwering, Roland Golla are part of our incredible team of speakers. Further announcements will be made shortly, stay tuned!

The detailed and the first part of the program is available here!

You will soon discover also the exciting workshops that await you!

2) Register by clicking on Buy ticket and benefit from the regular rate until May 15 (included).

3) Choose the ticket of your choice:

June 18-19: Workshop only. It is possible to attend a two-day training or two one-day trainings.
June 20-21: Conference only 2-days of conference at CineStar Berlin – CUBIX Alexanderplatz. Find out more than 15 inspiring talks!
June 18-21: Combo ticket „Conference + Workshops“ to live a Symfony week experience!

4) Follow the „conference“ blog posts to not miss anything!

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