From copy to pasterA middle-class Plone developer’s taleÉrico AndreiSimples Consultoria - Brazil
About me
A marketing guy ...•Evangelist @ Microsoft Brasil•Consultant position at Grupo Abril•Marketing and BA Teacher at local  Co...
Turned to a developer•Joined Simples Consultoria in 2004•Working with Plone since•> 100 projects deployed•Made a lot of ba...
OAB/SP
Univ. Metodista
Brasil.gov.br
My own blog
Middle-class developer
So let’s talk
In the beginning ...
there was copy          there was paste
and it was good
it couldbe risky             it could           be painful
but very productive
Then came Plone 3
We blamed“Harry Aspeli”
But it was our bad,       not his   (or anyone else)
Time to learn again
Time to take part
Time to contribute
Today
Package releasing•We have two base namespaces: •beyondskins.* •sc.*•And if it’s generic enough we use  common namespaces l...
Some of themarchetypes.languagebugfix   sc.contentrules.groupbydate      sc.dev.core,          sc.contentpanels.sitepolicy ...
Future
Plone 4 is here
And we need to leave  some stuff behind
while keep tabs on     new stuff
Questions?
Thank you!          Érico Andreihttp://www.simplesconsultoria.com.br  erico@simplesconsultoria.com.br          twitter: @e...
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By Érico Andrei. A "middle-class developer" talks about lessons learnt during 6 years of active Plone development. From the early "copy and paste" Archetypes development to Dexterity, paster and beyond.

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From copy to paster: A middle-class Plone developer tale

  1. 1. From copy to pasterA middle-class Plone developer’s taleÉrico AndreiSimples Consultoria - Brazil
  2. 2. About me
  3. 3. A marketing guy ...•Evangelist @ Microsoft Brasil•Consultant position at Grupo Abril•Marketing and BA Teacher at local Colleges
  4. 4. Turned to a developer•Joined Simples Consultoria in 2004•Working with Plone since•> 100 projects deployed•Made a lot of bad choices ...
  5. 5. OAB/SP
  6. 6. Univ. Metodista
  7. 7. Brasil.gov.br
  8. 8. My own blog
  9. 9. Middle-class developer
  10. 10. So let’s talk
  11. 11. In the beginning ...
  12. 12. there was copy there was paste
  13. 13. and it was good
  14. 14. it couldbe risky it could be painful
  15. 15. but very productive
  16. 16. Then came Plone 3
  17. 17. We blamed“Harry Aspeli”
  18. 18. But it was our bad, not his (or anyone else)
  19. 19. Time to learn again
  20. 20. Time to take part
  21. 21. Time to contribute
  22. 22. Today
  23. 23. Package releasing•We have two base namespaces: •beyondskins.* •sc.*•And if it’s generic enough we use common namespaces like collective or archetypes.
  24. 24. Some of themarchetypes.languagebugfix sc.contentrules.groupbydate sc.dev.core, sc.contentpanels.sitepolicy sc.paster.* sc.kupu.objectsupport sc.social.bookmarks Products.BrFieldsAndWidgets sc.social.viewcounter sc.pfg.brazilianfields
  25. 25. Future
  26. 26. Plone 4 is here
  27. 27. And we need to leave some stuff behind
  28. 28. while keep tabs on new stuff
  29. 29. Questions?
  30. 30. Thank you! Érico Andreihttp://www.simplesconsultoria.com.br erico@simplesconsultoria.com.br twitter: @ericof irc: ericof plone.org: erico_andrei

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