Devcamp is basically a weeklong meeting between the developers, students and young professionals (17 -30 years) to portion out their experiences and training in the latest technology, programming languages, best practices, and etc. the camp lasts for 7 days and is organized by the youth ministry and services of the communication of the diocese of Paris.
The Devcamp is all about learning Symfony, Professional developers and Symfony users come together to exchange experiences and to learn more about the software and its new functionalities. Symfony is an open source framework, which targets to build up professional web applications using PHP. Symfony provides architecture, components and tools for developers to build complex web applications faster. Thousands of developers are now confident using symfony for their applications. It is also used by many software companies.
From 9 am to 7 pm every day
Except for the first day (June 30th), it starts at 10am.
And the last day (July 6th), it starts at 11 am and ends at 5 pm.
Cost: 80 Euros
From Monday, June 30th to Sunday, July 6th – “Ministry 3 Place St-Germain-des-Pres 75006, Paris”
The Diocese of Paris organizes the training (a Devcamp) on the Symfony 2 framework for youths. This is also said to be a modern church in some ways or the other.
People from all around come together to discuss various technologies based on Symfony, Many developers and Symfony users participate in the camp to gain knowledge about this framework from professionals and Experts.
- Installation and Getting Started with Symfony 2
- A day with a Professional Symfony Expert Developer
- Counseling from the Developer
- Open classroom program with the developer
- A development Sprint
- A participant is decided on the basis of the skills, and is given a price to attend the next Symfony Live in Paris.
Not only this, the candidates also gets to enjoy and have some fun, besides building networks.
To get more information on registration process and other important details, please visit, http://www.paris.catholique.fr/devcamp.html