• A Day with the Symphony Team

    A few days ago, Allen grabbed his video camera on the way out the door and started recording his workday. The result is every bit as dramatic and scintillating as you might imagine. Only there’s no dingoes or kangaroo boxing. Go figure.

  • Dev Chat #8

    More eagerly anticipated than Apple's shipment of the iPad and more controversial than healthiness and book learnin' are in the US, episode 8 of the developer's podcast is now available for your listening pleasure.

  • Unmatched Style Video Response

    Gene and Jay from unmatchedstyle.com did a website review of the Symphony website (Sweet!) and I’ve made a response video which addresses the concerns pointed out by the awesomely-astute-power-duo.

  • Dev Chat #7

    This special episode of developer chat is all about you, the Symphony community. Listen in as Allen and Alistair look back on the history of Symphony and its community, discuss recent and upcoming enhancements to the website, and drop a few enticing tidbits about the team's future plans.

  • Dev Chat #6

    On this episode of developer chat we talk about the new symphony website, version control extension and also the post-apocalyptic world of version 3!

    The very special, quite awesome and a wee bit cuddly Rowan Lewis (a.k.a buzzomatic) joins us on Symphony's very first recording inside a $50,000 AUD sound studio!

  • Dev Chat #5

    On this week's developer chat: benchmarking, release status and PHP5-only support and a new sneak peek video.

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  • Dev Chat #4

    Alistair and I talk about Symphony 2 beta and the new sneak peek website.

    We managed to find half a day, away from Symphony development to put together something for the public. Alistair and I chat for 50 minutes on Symphony and produced 4 sneak peek videos to share with you lot.

  • Dev Chat #3

    Earlier today, I dragged Alistair and Scott for a round of developer death-match but since neither of them were particularly interested in the thought of an abrupt death, we had to settle for an on-a-whim podcast, or whimcast for short. The podcast is 60 minutes worth of unscripted chaos where all subjects relating to Symphony were discussed. Naturally, we left all the juicy bits to the end of the podcast.

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