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Book Review: Alfresco 3 Cookbook by Snig Bhaumik

I finished reading Alfresco 3 Cookbook, by Snig Bhaumik, a while ago and I’ve been remiss in getting my review posted. Disclosure: Packt sent me the book for free. Alfresco 3 Cookbook is the latest entry in what is now … Continue reading

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Book Review: Alfresco 3 Records Management by Dick Weisinger

Packt Publishing sent me a copy of Dick Weisinger’s new book, Alfresco 3 Records Management, to read and review. Now, before I tell you what I thought of the book I have to say that I don’t perceive a huge … Continue reading

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Book Review: Alfresco 3 Business Solutions by Martin Bergljung

[UPDATED: To remove my comment about the absence of workflow config in Share, which Martin does cover. Sorry about that, Martin] Packt Publishing sent me a copy of Martin Bergljung’s new book, Alfresco 3 Business Solutions. I just finished reading … Continue reading

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Book Review: Alfresco 3 Web Services

I’ve just finished reading Alfresco 3 Web Services, by Ugo Cei and Piergiorgio Lucidi, which Packt sent me to read and comment on. Alfresco 3 Web Services is meant for developers with a very specific focus: Remotely talking to Alfresco. … Continue reading

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Book review: Alfresco 3 Content Management Implementation

Packt recently sent me a copy of Munwar Shariff’s updated book, Alfresco 3 Content Management Implementation. The book is a comprehensive guide to Alfresco from an end-user or power user perspective. How comprehensive? This edition offers 239 new pages (including … Continue reading

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Review: Liferay Portal 5.2 Systems Development, by Jonas X. Yuan

I’ve just finished Jonas X. Yuan’s book, Liferay Portal 5.2 Systems Development and I thought I’d share a few thoughts. First, I should probably get this out of the way: Jonas works for Cignex, which, from time to time, competes … Continue reading

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