The opinion of our participants is important to us. That is why a few days after the Camp we sent all of them an email with questionnaire asking for their feedback. Some results are flattering, and the others are challenging us to do even better next year.
Reviews of our speakers and participants were coming in throughout the month, and we, as organizers, gave our insights and views of the Summer Camp as well.
Summer Camp is a year-round activity for us. That is why we’ve already started preparing for the next one, which will be improved once again due to our efforts and your feedback :) We are looking for a new location; here is a teaser from one of the sites!
Ivo and Vjeran went to dConstruct in Brighton, the annual one-day conference with topics on technology, design, and culture. They came back with great impressions and regret it was the last dConstruct to be held.
Ivo continued to London where he met with Edi and Antonio from our partners Locastic to participate in SymfonyLive, but this time as community partners! Our open source project of eZ Publish CMS and Sylius e-Commerce integration over Symfony was recognized by the community and we won the free community stand at the conference, giving us an opportunity to spread the word about our project. Thank you community and thank you SymfonyLive! Read more about the conference and the eZ + Sylius project in Ivo’s blog post for SensioLabs.
In cooperation with our Norwegian partners at Keyteq, a new website for Framtidsfylket was launched: framtidsfylket.no. The site was built on eZ Publish CMS, with Sonata Admin used for managing content outside of the CMS.
Also, if you are using eZ Platform Solr bundle, but still using eZ Publish legacy admin UI, try this simple integration extension we developed, it will facilitate your work.
This month was a very special one for our favorite framework - Symfony celebrated its 10th birthday! We wish it many many more :)