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Symfony Project Blog:
Plugins have a new home
July 31, 2008 @ 17:42:09

The Symfony project's blog has a new post today about a big move that one of its resources it making - the framework's plugins are getting their own section.

I am pretty happy to announce that I have just deployed a new version of the symfony project website with a brand new "Plugins" section (look at the top menu entries) to replace the Trac plugin management system.

The new section has a listing of all of the available plugins (can be filtered) and dedicated pages for each of them with things like license, version and release information. You can also search the plugins based on keywords and authors. Developers adding their plugins have a full admin interface and uses the Trac accounts to manage access.

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Debuggable Blog:
Programming Psychology - Return home early
April 28, 2008 @ 14:36:43

Felix Geisendorfer is taking an interesting approach to defining programming in this new post to the Debuggable blog - he's coming at it more from the level of the perception the programmer has about writing good code.

I believe understanding the patterns in your own thinking will by far make the biggest impact on how good you will get as a programmer. Forget design patterns, forget unit testing, forget all those functions you know. Important is to question why they exist and how they could be improved.

He illustrates through a few examples what he means. He describes one such thought method, the "return home early" process - basically, if something looks too complex for its own good, it probably is. He offers a different way of thinking about it too, a more visual way that can help simplify things even more by laying out the pieces and seeing where they all fit.

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Atlanta PHP User Group:
A Group without a Home
April 11, 2006 @ 07:15:57

It's never fun to have unexpected (bad) things happen, and the Atlanta PHP Users Group had just that last night when they met for their April meeting. The location they've been meeting at was closed up and the company they had previously collaborated with for meeting space had vacated. They are a group without a home.

Ben Ramsey has posted this new message on the APUG's message board to try to encourage members to share space they might know of or ask around about whatever space they could find. They pushed back the topic of the April meeting until next month, when they'll hopefully have a new spot to congregate.

If you're out there in the Atlanta area and have a meeting area you could spare for one night a month for this group, you can reply to this post to let them know.

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