Symfony, 9 years of history, rewards its top 150 contributors
As Javier wrote today, Symfony turned 9 a few days ago. I still remember Christmas 2004 when I started to work on the Sensio Framework. I created the framework to help Sensio develop better websites faster. The first website developed with Sensio Framework was a great success... even if Sensio never got paid for it! Anyway, a few months later, I decided to Open-Source my work and here we are: a great community of hundred of thousands developers!
Symfony is not my little pet project anymore. Symfony is the result of many people work all over the world: they enhance the code, improve the documentation, spread the word about it at conferences, write articles and books about it, or just use it to create their own projects. I'm very proud of the Symfony community.
More than 25 top Symfony contributors already passed the Symfony certification and to celebrate the Symfony birthday, I decided to thank the first top 150 Symfony contributors (code and documentation) with a special gift: a free Symfony certification voucher. If you are one of them, thank you very much for your support and good luck for the certification!
Again many thanks to all of you, members of the Symfony community! Happy 9th birthday to Symfony!
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Do you have a list of the 150? Its hard to see from the two seperate contributor lists.