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This entry is part 10 of 43 in the series Miscellaneous Magento Articles. Earlier posts include Magento Front Controller, Reinstalling Magento Modules, Clearing the Magento Cache, Magento's Class Instantiation Abstraction and Autoload, Magento Development Environment, Logging Magento's Controller Dispatch, Magento Configuration Lint, Slides from Magento Developer's Paradise, and Generated Magento Model Code. Later posts include Magento Connect Role Directories, Magento Base Directories, PHP Error Handling and Magento Developer Mode, Magento Compiler Mode, Magento: Standard OOP Still Applies, Magento: Debugging with Varien Object, Generating Google Sitemaps in Magento, IE9 fix for Magento, Magento's Many 404 Pages, Magento Quickies, Commerce Bug in Magento CE 1.6, Welcome to Magento: Pre-Innovate, Magento's Global Variable Design Patterns, Magento 2: Factory Pattern and Class Rewrites, Magento Block Lifecycle Methods, Goodnight and Goodluck, Magento Attribute Migration Generator, Fixing Magento Flat Collections with Chaos, Pulse Storm Launcher in Magento Connect, StackExchange and the Year of the Site Builder, Scaling Magento at Copious, Incremental Migration Scripts in Magento, A Better Magento 404 Page, Anatomy of the Magento PHP 5.4 Patch, Validating a Magento Connect Extension, Magento Cross Area Sessions, Review of Grokking Magento, Imagine 2014: Magento 1.9 Infinite Theme Fallback, Magento Ultimate Module Creator Review, Magento Imagine 2014: Parent/Child Themes, Early Magento Session Instantiation is Harmful, Using Squid for Local Hostnames on iPads, and Magento, Varnish, and Turpentine.

I’ve been keeping quiet on this one until the details were hashed out, but I’m proud to announce that Magento Inc. will be featuring edited versions of the Magento for Professional Developers articles on their knowledge base site, starting with a brand new introduction article entitled (appropriately enough) Introduction to Magento.

Magento’s been a beehive of activity since their recent funding event. In addition to their recommitment to the knowledge base, there’s the new series of live screencasts that will get a new store owner up and running in no time. On top of that there’s a number of other education and training initiatives in the works.

It’s been almost exactly a year since I started my Magento series and I have no plans on stopping. Starting next week I’ll be beginning a series of articles that focus on the Admin Console application and the ways you can use it in both client facing projects and your own custom extensions.

Stay tuned!

Originally published July 26, 2010
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Originally Posted: 26th July 2010