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Converting a Website to a new Religion: Symfony

C845a8857cadb4f26a7b4ab7604e413b?s=47 Michael C.
September 25, 2014

Converting a Website to a new Religion: Symfony

Symfony Live London September 2014

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Michael C.

September 25, 2014
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  1. Converting a Website to a New Religion: Symfony Symfony Live

    London September 2014
  2. “Rewriting is a large part of the any job Get

    rid of stuff that's not working and Just pare it down until it's a beautiful thing you can hand in, probably late, to your client.” - Kurt Loder
  3. Converting a Website to a New Religion: Symfony Symfony Live

    London September 2014
  4. WHO? • Michael Cullum • phpBB Team Member • Lover

    of FIG, Symfony, Open Source and much more… michaelcullumuk m@michaelcullum.com michaelcullum
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  19. “Begin as you mean to go on, and go on

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  25. PHPUnit

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  30. 7 Infrastructure

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  33. All at once

  34. Do it ‘ASAP’

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  36. Slides: https://speakerdeck.com/michaelcullum/ converting-a-website-to-a-new-religion- symfony

  37. Converting a Website to a New Religion: Symfony Symfony Live

    London September 2014