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Porting the Jobeet Tutorial for Symfony2

17 March 2011

I've started to port the Jobeet tutorial to Symfony2 (up to day 3 only, at the time of this writing), and it's also available on github.

I've been doing the Jobeet Tutorial with Symfony2 for a while now, and I'm not the only one trying at it.

With the release of Symfony Standard Edition, I'm starting the project all over again, to begin documenting it. I hope to complete all 24 days (and any help is welcomed) so that it can help new comers learn Symfony2, just like it helped me many of us to get started with symfony 1.x.

The work is not finished, far from it, and I can't promise on releasing it day by day as it was done with the original Jobeet Tutorial, since I don't have full grasp on all parts of the framework, and some days make take longer than others to document.

As a side note, if you'd like to contribute, I'd encourage everyone to first try to help on the official Symfony2 Documentation, as all the main effort should go there to make those docs as complete and helpful as possible.

If you still want to help, you're more than welcome to fork the Jobeet Docs repo, and send in any pull requests over!

I'll also make available the Jobeet project source on github, but I will be focusing more on documentation first.

I will be trying to follow all the recommended best practices on the tutorials (though not all best practices are clear to me yet), but if you see something that's being done wrong, or a better way to do it, please don't hesitate to comment it. This is a learning experience for myself as well.

If you have any suggestions or ideas, hit up the comments.

You can also follow me on twitter for any questions: @ajessu

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