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Role based security in Sonata Admin

A while ago I posted my first blog post in what I promised would be a series of blogposts surrounding the Symfony2 Sonata Admin Bundle. Finally, I have come around to writing the second blog post, this time about role … Continue reading

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Sorting on multiple columns in Sonata Admin

Recently, I have been developing again in Symfony2 using the Sonata AdminBundle. Yet again, I have stumbled on things that I thought were pretty common and easy, but I found it was very hard to find solutions for it. It … Continue reading

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Upcoming conferences I am involved in

There are a lot of PHP conferences throughout the world, but I would like to highlight three of them: Symfony Live London, PHPNW and CodeConnexx. I am involved in all three conferences, one way or another.

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How to use the Symfony2 SonataAdminBundle

I have been doing a lot of Symfony2 development lately for our project ProTalk and one of the things we needed was a backend for our database. This should be a fairly simple backend to start with, just an easy … Continue reading

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PHPBenelux 2012

Last week I visited the awesome PHPBenelux conference. I consider myself to be a phpbenelux veteran because I attended all editions of this conference. Although the very first edition was great already, the conference still manages to do better every … Continue reading

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ProTalk update December 2011

A lot has happened since my October post announcing ProTalk, the secret project I am working on with my friend, Kim Rowan. So much in fact that now seems the ideal time to update you on our progress! Before I … Continue reading

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Importing a new project in Git

I’m working on the ProTalk project and one of the things I needed to do was to import the initial code for the project into our private bitbucket repository. I created the repository online, but since this is my first … Continue reading

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Ada Lovelace Day 2011

Today it’s Ada Lovelace day. For those of you who haven’t heard of Ada Lovelace Day before, it’s a special day to honour women in technology whom you look up to or have learnt a lot from or just have … Continue reading

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ProTalk – Our secret project revealed

Together with my friend Kim Rowan, I recently started a project. The idea of this project came from her own experience. Since Kim is a newbie in the PHP world, coming from a Filemaker background, she saw a need for … Continue reading

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Being a first time speaker at PfCongres 2011

It’s almost two weeks ago that PfCongres was held and now I finally have the time to write my experiences down. For me personally, PfCongres was my first experience with speaking at a conference. My talk was about Introducing Quality … Continue reading

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