Understanding Git & Symfony ErrorHandler

Symfony User Group Berlin
Symfony User Group Berlin
Public group

Architrave GmbH

Bouchéstraße 12 · Berlin

How to find us

Building 1, Stairway A

Location image of event venue

What we'll do

Hello Symfony Community,

We're back at it again with the February edition of #sfugbln! This time Zvonimir Spajic will enlighten us about the internals of Git, while Denis Brumann will acquaint us with Symfony's ErrorHandler and why it is replacing the Debug component. Special thanks go to Architrave for hosting us this month. Please check out the following PDF with directions to their office: https://www.architrave.de/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Architrave-Office-Map-EN.pdf

Hope to see you there,
Denis & Marco



19:00 Doors Open
19:30 Welcome & Introduction
19:45 Understanding Git by Zvonimir Spajic
20:15 Break
20:30 Symfony ErrorHandler by Denis Brumann
21:00 Closing notes & socializing


Understanding Git
Zvonimir Spajic

Git is a standard tool for version control these days so we all use it daily. And we all understand it. Or do we?

Let's face it - git is hard. And one of the main reasons for this is that it's UI is full of leaky abstractions. That is why to get comfortable with git one must gain some understanding of how git works "under the hood". So in this talk, we're gonna do exactly that and see how gits data model works, how git handles branching and what staging area really is.


Symfony ErrorHandler
Denis Brumann

Symfony 4.4 got rid of the Debug component in favor of the new ErrorHandler-component. Let's have a look at what has changed and why, and what you need to look out for.