The Jobeet demo and feedback
Today, I have taken the time to put online the long-overdue Jobeet demo website.
Since the publication of the Jobeet tutorial, I have received a lot of positive feedback directly by email, via tweets, or via blog posts. The translation team have also done a tremendous job and the tutorial is now fully available and kept up-to-date in Spanish, Italian, and Vietnamese. And that makes me really happy.
I have also checked the symfony project website statistics and found some quite interesting numbers. In just three months, the Jobeet tutorial has generated more than a million unique page views. Comparatively to the askeet tutorial that was released three years ago, that's already more than half of its total unique page views!
Even if you already know symfony quite well, I think it is worth having a look at it to learn new tricks. If you are not convinced yet, I recommend you to read the latest Ryan Weaver post about his experience with Jobeet.
If you have not yet had the time to read the Jobeet tutorial, and want to discover the real power of symfony 1.2, order your printed copy today (for Propel or Doctrine), or start reading it online (for Propel or Doctrine).
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