Daniel Rotter
Core Developer – Sulu GmbH
Core developer and support guru. Passionate traveler and soccer player.

Don’t forget the Hallway Track! Sulu sponsors the Symfony India Meetup

Part of our mission at Sulu has always been about educating and empowering others. The value of direct contact with other developers in this context can’t be overstated. So we’re proud to sponsor the Symfony India Meetup again, taking place on the 11th of January at Webkul in Noida. Come along to the Symfony India meetup to see some great speakers and meet your peers.

Since its very beginning, Sulu has been open-source software. The FOSS principles of transparency, open standards, and sharing let us build on the shoulders of proven, field-tested, high-quality work of others like the Symfony framework. And we get to contribute our ideas and improvements to the mix. It is very important to us that by producing an open-source product, we empower any developer on the planet to build great solutions for the web. That’s why education is rooted in our organization as well. We offer consulting and training services as another way of helping people successfully implement projects with Sulu.

We’re developers, we use Sulu ourselves. We think we’ve got one of the best Developer Experiences (DX) out there. Sulu is multilingual and multi-portal out-of-the-box. You can use it in any number of languages, and it will scale with you from small websites to huge web applications.

But we don’t stop there: We also want to empower content managers with the best-possible UX experience. Usability experts were included in the designing from the system from the start. We don’t think that delivering great UX while maintaining a great DX is a contradiction in terms. We actually say “UX + DX == Sulu CMS”. 

To survive in the IT business, where new technologies and concepts are developed at incredible speed, it’s essential to never stop learning. We might be teachers one day, showing you how to get the most out of our software. The next day, we’re students again, attending meetups, conferences, and trainings. Resources like books, online tutorials, or videos are valuable, too. Still, nothing beats the experience of the “hallway track” at an open-source community gathering. A lot of knowledge transfer and valuable relationship-building happens when you have the chance to meet your peers in between sessions and in the breaks. You’re not going to get that experience by only watching the videos afterward.

For all these reasons, we are very proud to support the Symfony India Meetup once again to educate, inspire, and motivate people to learn more about Symfony and its ecosystem. Come see, hear, and meet speakers like Nicolas Grekas (Blackfire CTO and Symfony Core Contributor) and Paweł Jędrzejewski (Sylius Founder).

Register for the meetup to be part of this great event … and don’t miss out on the “hallway track”!

Has this event sparked or deepened your interest in Symfony? Were you were wondering if there was an excellent full-stack Symfony CMS out there? There is! Get in touch with us to learn more about Sulu CMS, our open-source technology, and our community.