Code with us! Join our Sylius and Symfony 3 hackathon on April 29 and 30, 2017 at Umspannwerk in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Sylius is a community driven, Open Source and Symfony based ecommerce framework. Pawel Jedrzejewski, the founder of sylius.org, will be with us during these two days to give you a quickstart into Sylius and to answer your questions during the hackathon.
On Saturday we will gather ideas, pick the most popular ones – and start coding! First thoughts include - but are not limited to – customizing a shop application, creating a specific Sylius Symfony bundle or combining Sylius with a CMS framework like ezPlatform. Please bring your own coding ideas. We will vote for the most popular ones that will be implemented during the hackathon.
The hackathon is of course free of charge. There will be breakfast and lunch breaks with some tasty snacks on both days. On Sunday after a final presentation of the hackathon results, we would love to hang out with everybody and have a nice closing BBQ on the big roof terrace.
How to take part:
Please register to our CODING BERLIN-Meetup to join the hackathon. If you have any questions, please write to Alexey Grachev [masked].
What to expect:
• 2 days of coding and solving coding tasks
• Sylius founder Pawel will be there to guide you
• Meet coding fans and exchange ideas
• Coffee, food, drinks will be provided
• BBQ on Sunday
• Hackathon language will be English
What to bring:
You will only need to bring your laptop
How to prepare:
1) Send us an email (to [masked] ) including
>> your email address - So we can add you to our slack channel https://codingberlin.slack.com The team will be used for future CODINGBERLIN events too.
>> your github handle (username) – We will use GitHub for publishing the results of the hackathon as well as the development during the event.
2) Please install Sylius to your machine, eg. using the official Vagrant setup.
Download here (Vagrant option): http://sylius.org/download The docs provide tons of information. If needed we are happy to help you out at the event. http://docs.sylius.org/en/latest/book/installation/vagrant_installation.html
Saturday April 29, 2017
• 10 am - 6 pm hackathon
• Starting with an introduction round
• Gathering coding ideas and choose the most popular ones to work on
Sunday April 30, 2017
• 10 am – 5 pm hackathon
• 5 pm - 6 pm presentation
• 6 pm - ? : Closing BBQ with all hackathon participants
Ohlauer Straße 43
Staircase C, 4th floor
Alexey Grachev [masked]
All contributions follow our golden "*1 line of code*" rule, so demos and live code will be abound. You don't have to register to get into our stream but if you do, we send you updates (and nothing else) like the final YouTube URL of the stream before the event.