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This comprehensive guide is for Plone website administrators and developers. Whether you are new to Plone, are already running Plone websites, or would like to be able to build custom Plone solutions, this is the book for you. With something for everyone, from complete beginners, to those with a working knowledge of Python and Zope, to seasoned experts, this book will help you gain a deep understanding of Plone.
J. Cameron Cooper has been playing around on the web since there wasn't much of a web with which to play around. He was introduced to Zope right around the time it came out and quickly saw the light, but only after graduating from Rice University in 2002 (a few years too late for the dot-com boom) did he begin to make any money from it. He has followed the CMF and Plone for most of their lives, too, and built most of the groups interface for Plone, under the sponsorship of the Connexions Project [cnx.rice.edu], among other contributions. He lives in Houston, Texas and wears many hats.
This book was a little helpful, but it's not the books fault. The fact that we upgraded to Plone 4 and this book is for Plone 3 and the developers changed it so much between... Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by Jason Taylor
I bought them both and find this one more complete with a more authoritative exposition.Published on June 26, 2007 by Jonathan
Yes, we need more books on Plone, in particular of the introductory kind. Unfortunately, this is not the one. Read morePublished on June 12, 2005 by Helge Skrivervik