Well, yesterday I wrote about the CakeBakery, the first german CakePHP blog, and today I already joined the CakeBakery (thanks to Dirk for the invitation). The goal is to make CakePHP more popular in the german speaking part of the world. We will see if we can reach that goal :)
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Timo and Dirk started the probably first german blog related to CakePHP. Its name, Cake Bakery, is a bit unlucky, as it is very similar to the coming CakePHP Bakery, which will replace the wiki. Anyway, a good start, and backe, backe Kuchen ;-)
Just discovered today: Planet MVC. It is an aggregator of MVC blogs covering Rails, Catalyst, Django, CakePHP… In the CakePHP” section you find the following blogs: Armando Sosa RosSoft ThinkingPHP h3rald and this blog You can there subscribe to a feed which contains the posts of these blogs.
Chris Partridge, an active member of the Cake community, has started a new blog with the title “Chris Partridge is creating a large application with CakePHP”. He writes: This blog will be covering the entire process of my first open source project. This project will be the basis of a much larger commercial project – […]
Armando Sosa, the guy who designed the new CakePHP website, has started his blog “Baking with Sosa” today. He writes in his first post: Why I’m doing it? I want a space where I can write more stuff about CakePHP and general development without annoying the loyal readers of my other blog. It is nice […]
Fabio Cevasco (aka h3rald), the author of the zZine article about CakePHP, has started another blog about CakePHP. In his first cake-related post he presents an overview of the different blogs available. Hope to read more soon :)
Today, Miguel Ros, a CakePHP user from Spain, started a new blog about CakePHP. He writes: This is a blog about my experiences in CakePHP. Here I will post tips & tricks that I found trying to resolve a problem in CakePHP. Nice to have a blog from another cake baker, I am looking forward […]
Yesterday, I wrote that gwoo has started his blog. You may have noticed it was missing an RSS feed. But what is a blog without RSS feed? Not interesting (at least to me). However, there are good news: gwoo has added an RSS feed to his blog. Thanks gwoo!
gwoo, the project manager of CakePHP, has started with his own blog at http://rd11.com/. He uses rdBloggery as blog software, so he eats his own dog food ;-) Well, I am looking forward to his coming posts :)
Felix Geisendörfer and Robinson Levin just started a new blog called ThinkingPHP. Here is what they want to write about: So expect to read stuff about MVC, Drupal, CakePHP, Scriptaculous, AJAX, JSON but not less important: Ways of coding, Organisation of Projects, Code, Real Life, etc. Sounds interesting, and so I am looking forward to […]