[Seaside] Re: [Pharo-project] [ANN] [Book] Dynamic Web
Development with Seaside
garduino at gmail.com
Thu Sep 10 12:17:23 UTC 2009
Congrats! A valuable book to any seasider.
Germán S. Arduino <gsa @ arsol.net> Twitter: garduino
Arduino Software & Web Hosting http://www.arduinosoftware.com
2009/9/10 Tudor Girba <girba at iam.unibe.ch>:
> It really looks great.
> On 10 Sep 2009, at 14:06, Lukas Renggli wrote:
>> After the first announcement at ESUG 2009, we are proud to present the
>> release of the free online book
>> Dynamic Web Development with Seaside
>> The book is written in the Pier content management system using the
>> Pier book publishing engine. This allows us to collaboratively edit
>> the contents and generate different output formats automatically. We
>> will soon offer a PDF and a printed version, but first we have to iron
>> out some of the remaining issues.
>> Over the past years the book got reviewed and revised several times.
>> We want to thank all the persons who helped us: Torsten Bergmann,
>> Damien Cassou, Tom Krisch, Philippe Marshall, Ruben Schempp, Roger
>> Whitney, Julian Fitzell, and Michael Davies carefully reviewed the
>> book and provided valuable feedback. Martin J. Laubach for his Sudoku
>> code. Ramon Leon for letting us using his blog ideas and SandStoneDB,
>> Chris Muller for Magma. Jeff Dorst provided generous financial support
>> for supporting student text reading. Markus Gaelli for brainstorming
>> on the book title. Samuel Morello for designing the cover.
>> Michael Davies is currently helping us getting things ready for print.
>> And you can help us too by writing down your findings at the bottom of
>> each page. Also, if you want to contribute a missing chapter or
>> support the translation of the book please get in touch with us.
>> We wish to thank the European Smalltalk User Group (ESUG) and
>> inceptive.be for sponsoring this book. We are looking for additional
>> sponsors. If you are interested, please contact us. If you are a
>> publisher and interested in publishing this material, please let us
>> Please distribute this message widely.
>> Stef & Lukas & David & Rick
>> About the authors:
>> - Stéphane Ducasse is the author of a couple of books on Smalltalk.
>> - Lukas Renggli is core developer of Seaside and Smalltalk consultant.
>> - David C. Shaffer is Seaside consultant and CS teacher.
>> - Rick Zaccone is CS teacher.
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>> Pharo-project at lists.gforge.inria.fr
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