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Symfony on the front page of PHP Architect and

The latest issue of PHP architect features an article written by Dustin Whittle, Technical Yahoo, about symfony. It's a beginner's introduction to the principles of the framework, and the first in a series of two. We'd like to thank Dustin for his work and for contributing to the symfony fame.

Almost at the same time, publishes an article written by myself, which is another beginner's tutorial, quite different from the "first project" tutorial, and that I invite you to read as well. The main difference with Dustin's article is that the sitepoint article shows a picture of the author, lifting the veil on a long-lasting anonymity.

PHP Architect and Sitepoint are both media of considerable importance. Making the cover of the first and the front page of the second is a fantastic opportunity to make new developers discover the framework and start using it. We welcome in advance the newcomers that just discovered us, and we thank in advance the community for all the support they can give.

And while we are at it, if you can mention symfony and these articles in your personal blog, website, community, and family, the buzz will grow even more and make the community grow further. Make some noise about symfony!

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Symfony on the front page of PHP Architect and

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The buzz is growing more faster than we think! Good!
This is really good. Perhaps symfony will win the "framework-war" and is used as a php5-standard-framework... :)
It's not a war everyone should be winner in this competition.
Agreed - this is not a war. There is room for several frameworks in the PHP space, and techniques that become successful in one can be integrated into another.
I'm new to this framework and I've found so many reasons to stay in.
I just discovered Synfony through SitePoint! So far sooo good!

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