This was already the second one held in Lviv. Despite the time (the event actually took place on Monday, 22th June), that could be found inconvenient by some people, around 40 visitors decided to start their week with a nice dose of Symfony :) We gathered in Communa anti-cafe, the event kicked off at 7 PM.
The agenda included 2 reports on different Symfony aspects. The reporters gathered some interesting cases from their day-to-day coding practice and eagerly shared experience with visitors.
Dmytro Monastyreckyi from InternetDevels was the first one to deliver report. He was telling about TDD and BDD. The report was especially useful for those, who care about testing of Symfony applications and want to optimize this process as much as possible. You can view his presentation here.
After this we’ve made a short break to let the visitors communicate with each other and reporter drinking some cocoa or tea — in calm and relaxed atmosphere.
And we continued with the report by Roman Rodomanskyy from EPAM Systems. You might remember him since the first SymfonyCafe in Lviv. This time Roman’s report was called “Dockerizing Symfony2 app”.
Both reports were interesting and practically useful, so naturally we wanted to continue communication and get to know each other better! That’s why we continued with after party in one of Lviv’s cozy pubs — Pid Klepsydroyu.
Special thanks goes to organizers of the event - InternetDevels and EPAM companies and also to each and every our visitor — hopefully we’ll meet at the next SymfonyCafe soon. When and where? Follow our updates and you’ll know ;)