Plone 3.3 Site Administration Review

Packt Plone books strike again! Written by well-known Alex Clark and technically reviewed by the re-incident Steve McMahon,聽Plone 3.3 Site Administration comes to my e-shelf. Being Alex the most dedicated administrator, you can’t expect him to be wrong at how to manage a Plone site. While the book target audience is claimed to be […]

Plone 3 Multimedia review

Time for a new review of a Plone book! This time it’s Plone 3 Multimedia, by Tom Gross, and published by, guess who… Packt Publishing! One would say that Packt has a really good marketing team. 馃槢 The mistake in the title is here strikes once again, since most of the book, if not it […]

Plone 3 Products Development Cookbook

When I received a review request for Plone 3 Products Development Cookbook from Packt, the first thing I thought was: How didn’t I know about this book before, and who are the authors? I’d certainly not heard about them (Juan Pablo Gim茅nez and Marcos F. Romero) nor this upcoming book ever before, but it seems […]

Plone 3 for Education review

One of the first things you have to keep in mind when considering to get this book is the target audience. If you’re a hard-core developer who keeps Proffessional Plone Development under your pillow, this book might be a bit too “soft” for you. It’s targeted to integrators with little experience in Plone who want […]

I’ve read: Predictably Irrational

Predictably Irrational – The Hidden Forces That Shape Our Decisions, by Dan Ariely, is a best-selling book about sociology, with a special focus on behavioral economics. Here’s a quick resume of what I’ve learned from reading it: Everything’s relative. We assess things by comparison. Use a decoy, something that’s very similar to another thing but […]