How to migrate to a new version of Symfony while taking into account business demands and budget constraints? Ludovic, Claire and Wissem from Smile and SensioLabs answered this question during a joint webinar on progressive migration on June 9th, gathering more than a hundred people.
The SensioLabs’ team wishes you a Happy New Year 2020 with the hope that you will have great achievements in the year to come. We’ll be thrilled to keep supporting your PHP and Symfony development projects throughout this year. To kick off the New Year in the best possible way, we are excited to work […]
Some members of the SensioLabs team attended SymfonyCon 2019, which took place from November 21 to 23 in Amsterdam. Throughout 3 days of tech conferences, great meetings with the Symfony community and casual side events, they share with us their impressions and best memories of a record-breaking SymfonyCon. It has already been a month since […]
Hiring a technical profile does not always require a long-term commitment. You could need more technical resources temporarly and not always as a permanent hiring. With the increase of new and more autonomous forms of work, more and more developers become freelancers. Lots of employers find it very hard to find the right profile to […]
Last week, the SensioLabs team enjoyed a noon-training, led by Alex Rock on the new features of version 4.3 of Symfony, released on May 30th. This noon-training was also the opportunity to think about the benefits of technology watch. Noon-trainings are trainings dedicated to SensioLabs internal staff. Once a week, SensioLabs University sets up a […]