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Content Management Bible by Bob Boiko

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Author/s : Bob Boiko
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Category : Other
Review by : Ersin Eser
Rating : 8 horseshoes
This is a patiently written book about Content Management for managerial staff and developers, alike. The reader can easily find excellent checklists, task lists, and tips in this book, that are of very practical use. One may benefit greatly from the chapter relating to selecting the hardware and software when she/he is involved in meetings with CMS providers. The roadmap that one can prepare after reading this book might be extremely useful, and a lifesaver.
You should own this book if you are involved in Content Management projects.
More info at Amazon.com
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