We've been fans of the Symfony framework since back in the 1.0 / PHP 5+ days. Since then PHP and Symfony have evolved and grown into two of the most powerful tools in our development toolkit. We've contributed to not only the Symfony core framework, but also a number of plugins and related software projects over the years. Our contributions are even in the GitHub Artic Code Vault.
Today, Symfony is our framework of choice for greenfield projects, and we maintain about a dozen projects across several major versions.
Have an existing Symfony project where you're looking to replace the original development team? You're in the right place. We'd be happy to work with you to see if we'd be a good fit to takeover work on an existing Symfony project.
How it works:
Luckily, it's easier to teach developers new tricks than old dogs and we'd be happy to work with you to do that. We've successfully helped existing PHP teams ramp up with Symfony, "converted" Java developers to Symfony developers, and guided teams to get the most out of the framework. Have a your own development team that needs help getting up to speed on Symfony? Look at us as your senseis, get in touch!
We've all been there, you've got a project and you aren't quite sure if it's up to snuff. This is where a code audit is necessary, and we've been doing them for over a decade.
Generally, this is how we approach our code audits: