Setup Symfony with Git Download symfony without vendors wget http://symfony.com/download?v=Symfony_Standard_2.3.2.tgz untar it tar xvfz “download?v=Symfony_Standard_2.3.2.tgz” rename&enter mv Symfony symfony2-twitter-facebook-connect cd symfony2-twitter-facebook-connect make first commit vim .gitignore i /web/bundles/ /app/bootstrap* /app/cache/* /app/logs/* /vendor/ /app/config/parameters.yml :x cp app/config/parameters.yml app/config/parameters.yml.dist git init git add . git commit -m “Start another successful project.” setup db these are already set, [...]
Jamie and I had talked about this many months before – the idea that most companies don’t promote their best people until/unless they think there’s a risk that they’ll leave or be poached. I hate that mentality, but I’ve been guilty of it all the same. We had a very strong contributor on our team receive a job offer earlier this year and worked to keep them on the team (thankfully successfully). But, that’s the reverse of how the process should work.