This decision is related to the coronavirus - covid-19 outbreak, and these are the factors we took into account.
The virus is still spreading, not only in Italy. And even if we think (and hope!) that the situation will probably stabilise in a month from now, we still prefer to make the most responsible and precautionary choice. What the local and sanitary authorities are asking everyone is to help contain the spreading of the virus, trying to limit travels and gatherings of people.
We believe that a conference like phpday should be a chance for people to meet and enjoy, learn from one another, share ideas and experiences. We are afraid that the concerns about coronavirus could affect the general atmosphere and the event experience.
Many countries are limiting the connections with Italy, and that would make difficult for both speakers and attendees to take part at the event.
We preferred to reschedule as in advance as possible, in order to enable all the people involved to change their travel plans (if already done) or to not make them.
Despite the inconvenience that the postponement of the conference may cause, we believe it is the right thing to do, and we hope you'll agree. Thanks for your comprehension!
To anyone who bought a ticket for the event (applies to conference and workshops as well):
PHP day is aimed to IT managers, developers and innovators.
Each year it renews the opportunity to link to new business partners.
We'll show new development traits, best-practices and success cases related to quality, revision control, test-driven development, continuous integration and so on.
There are also talks about design, project management, agile and various php-related technologies like Zend Framework, Symfony, Laravel, Drupal, WordPress and more.
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