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Chris Hartjes' Blog:
"Refactoring Legacy Applications Using CakePHP" is now available!
April 02, 2009 @ 12:04:24

Chris Hartjes has released his book, "Refactoring Legacy Applications Using CakePHP", and has made it available for purchase on its own site.

Can you believe it? My book is done and available for you to purchase. Visit the site for the book for more details. When I started working on this book I did have an idea of how much, you know, WORK it was actually going to be. With some help from a few CakePHP gurus I got all my code tight and working the way it was supposed to. I guess it's only natural that I should be happy with the way things have turned out, but I'm also happy with how my initial concept seems to have played out.

"Refactoring Legacy Applications in CakePHP" is a guide to the real-world application of the framework (revising a site for an internet baseball league) with helpful tips and ticks along the way. You can pick up your own copy of the 61 page book for $10 USD via the "Buy Now" button at the bottom of the book's website.

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