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Learning to program doesn't have to be so hard. Reading scattered blog posts and books isn't as effective as watching real projects being built and actively coding along with them. SymfonyCasts bridges that learning gap, bringing you video tutorials and interactive coding activities. Code on!
If you look around the site today, you'll probably notice something different. KnpUniversity is now SymfonyCasts! And SymfonyCasts is the official online training system for Symfony. This is something we've been planning for awhile and we are beyond excited. Like, jumping-high-fives-someone-order-a-big-cake kind of excited! Woh.
If you're already a KnpU/SymfonyCasts user: we <3 you! And because of that, I want to explain exactly what this change means (and doesn't mean). Question & answer time!
A) So... What Changed Exactly?
Basically, our name :). Well, a bit more than that (keep reading). But, we are the same team, creating the same awesome tutorials and we are the same company.
B) Was KnpUniversity acquired?
Nope! Same team, same content, but with closer ties to the Symfony Organization :).
C) What is Dark Energy?
Hmm. Seems a bit unrelated! But, sure! I'm no expert, but I believe this is the mysterious force that's used to explain the fact that the universe is expanding at a faster and faster rate.
So, when we were asked if we wanted to become the official screencasts for Symfony, it made perfect sense! This means SymfonyCasts will have more exposure on Symfony.com so that new Symfony users can find our tutorials faster. It also means we get to work more closely with Symfony: making sure our tutorials move in sync.
But, there is one totally different reason that I'm excited. Now that SymfonyCasts has joined Symfony, supporting SymfonyCasts now helps to support the development of Symfony itself. This is an important detail that helps to make sure the Symfony ecosystem can sustain itself far into the future.
As part of that, SymfonyCasts will sponsor me (Ryan) to work on the official Symfony Documentation each Friday for the rest of 2019. Yep, SymfonyCasts is now helping to push the written documentation forward!
If you have any questions about any of these, please ask! We want everything
to be as clear and open as possible. You can ask down in the comments, email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org, find me (
weaverryan) on the Symfony Slack or show up
at our office with chocolate ice cream. Your call.