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First TWiki book ever ... in German language!

2008-10-22 - 05:09:09 by WolfMarbach in General
There we go! I would like to announce that there will be the first book about TWiki in German language available from November this year! Being passionate about TWiki since more than one year I thought that TWiki certainly deserves some more attention as it is the greatest Wiki ever!

Since the twiki.org website and the documentation are of no real marketing benefit I wrote a book to introduce the power of TWiki to the market. The book starts with installing TWiki to write your first small plugin in Perl. It is targeted on newbies, everyday users and administrators, who have to introduce TWiki quickly.

With the book comes a CD, which contains a full Vmware version of TWiki 4.2.3 containing all the samples described in the book. The concept of the book enables you to develop your own TWiki step by step.

Those, who are interested or need a TWiki dictionary are welcome to have a look at:

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The book was written driven far more by enthusiasm rather than by commercial interests, which become obvious, if you know the rate per hour smile .

If somebody has questions or remark just send an email to Wolf

Comments

Well, maybe not the first. wink The first book mainly about TWiki (50% - the other half was about Mediawiki) in german language I saw was in 2005 (Amazon).

-- Oliver Krueger - 22 Oct 2008

Congratulation Wolf! It's nice to see that there is a book dedicated to TWiki. Hopefully it gets translated into English as well!

-- Peter Thoeny - 22 Oct 2008

@Oliver: Yeah, right! (May be I am preoccupied smile ).

-- Wolf Marbach - 23 Oct 2008

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Topic revision: r1 - 2008-10-22 - WolfMarbach
 

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