O'Reilly European Open Source Convention - October 17-20, 2005 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Session

Best Practices for Plone Development
Joel Burton, Developer/ Board Chair, Plone Foundation

Track: Python
Date: Wednesday, 19 October 2005
Time: 13:30 - 14:15
Location: St. John's Room II

Designing a stable, documented, and well-performing Plone site requires more than just learning templating and scripting--it requires understanding how to use these tools, along with other open source technologies, to produce a high-quality result.

This talk covers:

  • Learning to develop for Plone on the filesystem
  • Integrating Plone site development with source code control (cvs, subversion, etc.)
  • Debugging a Plone site
  • Writing test cases for your Plone site
  • Case studies on how to effectively have teams develop a Plone site jointly.
Participants in this course will learn ideas and strategies on how to get their site development integrated with standard good practices for creating high-quality software.



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