Joomla Community Magazine | September 2012

JCM September 2012

The September issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here! Our stories this month:

Editor’s Introduction

Back to Life…, by Dianne Henning

Feature Stories

All Together Now: The Process and People Behind Joomla! 3.0, by Bernie Bernstein
Joomla! 3.0 – JUX Doing It, by Alice Grevet
A Spy in the Camp, by Brian Teeman
Why You Should be Paying Attention to Google+, by Ruth Cheesley
The Tale of a South African Joomla! Enthusiast, by Mark Atkinson
A Visit to Bootstrap Headquarters, by Alice Grevet
You Decide: Educational or Advertisement, by Luke Summerfield

Events

JoomlaDAy Events in September 2012, by Jacques Rentzke
Joomla! World Conference 2012, by Jon Neubauer

Developers

The Update Notification System for EXtensions, by Nicola Galgano

Administrators

Implementing Role-Based ACL, by Randy Carey

Sitebuilders

Part 1 – Review 9 Free Web Hosting Services to Make Your Joomla! Site LIVE, by Tuan Bui

Project News

Leadership Highlights – September 2012, by Alice Grevet
Developers: Joomla! 3 Update, by Nick Savov 

Business Matters

Don’t Get Fired! 6 Common Reasons Client Relationships Go Bad, by Gabe Wahhab
Amazing Takeaways for Joomla Users from Inbound 2012, by Luke Summerfield
Selling Joomla, by Justin Kerr

Help Wanted

The Joomla! Project Wants You – September 2012, by Paul Orwig
Volunteers needed for the Trademark Team, by Jacques Rentzke
Help Wanted: Community Development Manager, by Mark Dexter

Google Summer of Code

A Library to Compress & Combine Javascript & CSS Files, by Kavith Thiranga Lokuhewage
GSoC Conclusion, by Aaron Schmitz
Petri Net API, by Florian Voutzinos

Joomla! Books

Free Book “Going Mobile with Joomla!”, by Hagen Graf

The Joomla! Haikus

Post your Haikus for September, by Dianne Henning

In our next issue

We want to publish your Joomla! story in the next JCM issue! So take a look at our Author Resources content to get a better idea of what we are looking for, and then register to become a JCM author and submit your Joomla! story!



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