06 Nov 2012

What does these four gentiles, Nick Dunn, Brendan Abbott, Simone Economo and George R. R. Martin have in common? That's right, they're all accomplished males.

Incidentally, 75% of the mentioned distinguished gentlemen have also authored epic stories about the adventure of Symphony development.

Nick Dunn, the owner and curator of the successful and exceedingly useful website, is doing some focus realignment. As part of the realignment, articles hosted on the is being moved to the Symphony site until our proper Docs site (powered by Symphony Factory) is ready.

As a special bonus, two newly published articles have also made its way on to our Articles area!

Below are previously published articles from

Have fun reading words!


  • eKoeS
  • 07 Nov 12, 9:50 am

You made me laugh loudly, it's a shame that G. R. R. Martin doesn't write amazing stories about Symphony! ;)

Btw I've noticed a few formatting errors in my article: on GitHub I tend to use fenced code blocks (see, but unfortunately that syntax is not valid on the Symphony website. Is it possible to fix that? Thanks!

  • Allen
  • 08 Nov 12, 3:28 am

I've fixed up the code blocks on your article. Let me know if there's anything else that looks out of place.

  • eKoeS
  • 08 Nov 12, 4:30 am

Thanks Allen, everything seems in place now :)

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