Morrisville, NC (PressExposure) May 27, 2009 -- Sensio Labs, a company founded by creators of Symfony PHP Development Framework, Fabien Potencier, Gregory Pascal, and Samuel Potencier today announced OSSCube, one of the leading Global Open Source Company with expertise in Outsource Product Development, as Sensio Labs Official Partner.
Under this agreement OSSCube is authorized to conduct official Symfony Training Programs and offer Sensio Labs Authorized Developer certification (to be launched soon).
âSymfony is one of the best PHP development framework that is available. Our engineers simply love developing web applications on symphony. Sensio Labs partnership gave us access to resources, insights and roadmap of symphony.â Said Lavanya Rastogi, Co-founder & President of OSSCube.
"Having delivered large scale enterprise web applications & products on Symfony and trained engineers on best practices of Symfony; Sensio Labs OSSCube partnership was most logical step to deliver best of breed Symfony services and make symfony even more popular amongst PHP Developers." said Sonali Minocha, Co-founder & Director-Training of OSSCube "The partnership also ensures that OSSCube engineers are trained and certified on Symfony PHP framework by Sensio Labs."
About Sensio Labs
Sensio labs is the sponsor company of the PHP Symfony framework. Sensio Labs is a French Web Agency well known for its innovative ideas on web development. Founded in 1998 by Fabien Potencier, Gregory Pascal, and Samuel Potencier, Sensio created popular Symfony framework that aims to simply development of complex web applications. Sensiolabs provides consulting, services, formation and expertise about Symfony and Open Source technologies. For more information, please visit www.sensiolabs.com
Symfony is a web application framework for PHP projects. It aims to speed up the creation and maintenance of web applications, and to replace the repetitive coding tasks by power, control and pleasure. The very small number of prerequisites makes symfony easy to install on any configuration; you just need Linux or Windows with a web server and PHP installed. It is compatible with almost every database system. In addition, it has a very small overhead, so the benefits of the framework don't come at the cost of an increase of hosting costs. For more information, please visit www.symfony-project.org/