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The case study this time is by Tom Dibaja, a new user of symfony. In his case study, he describes how easy it was for him, being an enterpreneur and not necessarily a developer, to pick up symfony for the development of one of his websites.
Symfony is used in a widespread range of industries, and this case study by Tomasz Muras of Enovation Solutions shows that the health industry has also embraced the framework for application development.
A new case study today written by Lukas Smith of Liip, one of the speakers of this year's Symfony Live conference in Paris where he presented about the combining of Liip's Okapi framework with symfony. In this case study Lukas shows how you can really do rapid development of technologically advanced applications with a minimal effort.
In only 36 hours the local Symfony developers built a fully featured web application to assist the individuals affected by the 2010 flooding in Nashville, TN which has cost the city almost 2 billion dollars in damages.
After a short break we're back with a new case study. This time, Jakub Zalas of Goyello discusses building the Youropi.com travel, leisure and lifestyle portal under a serious time pressure.
The first in the new series of case studies about running a TV station with symfony was a big success. So without further ado I would like to introduce to you the next in the series: open source hosting company ServerGrove has written a case study about their building of a livechat application with symfony.
During Symfony Live 2010 we asked people for their case studies to publish on the symfony website. From now on, we will publish a new case study every two weeks. The first one is by David Hermann. In this case study he will discuss how he used symfony to replace legacy software at a TV station with software that optimizes the workflow of the station employees.
Yahoo! used symfony to redevelop another project. This time symfony was used as part of the foundation for Yahoo! Answers.
If you are a reader of TechCrunch, Read/WriteWeb, or ZDNet you may already know that there is a preview of the next version of del.icio.us. What you might not know is that the next version of Delicious is built with symfony.
Francois and Fabien will be attending the PHP Forum in Paris (9-10 Nov.)