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Symfony Blog:
The "Practical symfony" book is now on sale
January 20, 2009 @ 12:07:08

On the Symfony blog today there's a new post from Fabien Potencier about a new book that's just been released and might be of interest to those wanting to get into the framework - Practical Symfony.

Two years after the publishing of "The Definitive Guide to symfony" book, I am happy to announce that the Jobeet tutorial is now available as a printed book: "Practical symfony". During the last two weeks, I have updated and enhanced the Jobeet tutorial based on the feedback from the community. I have also updated the screenshots to reflect the new Jobeet design. The "Practical symfony" book is the printed version of this tutorial and as such covers the symfony 1.2 version.

The Jobeet tutorial was their 2008 "advent" piece that created a job posting website from scratch with each day focusing on a different aspect of the application. There are two versions of the book (Propel and Doctrine) but for now, only the Propel version can be purchased over on lulu.com.

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