The slides from my talk at Plone Conference 2015 in Bucharest.
After 15 years of working purely in Python, I was thrown head-first into
the world of iOS development. Taking over the management of a mobile app
being developed for a Python web application, I’ve had to deal with
managing iOS developers, understanding the iOS ecosystem, and working
out Apple’s byzantine procedures and processes.
A talk I gave at the European Plone Symposium 2010 in Sorrento.
Event Driven Programming in Plone - or how to extend Plone the lazy way
Ever wanted to extend Plone somehow but not wanted to change the
existing code for a product? Want to learn the easy way to extend
I will show you some examples of how to use Plone’s event subscriber and
workflow systems to extend Plone without having to change any existing
products. Using a number of common Plone products and the events system
to combine them you can come up with unlimited possibilities. I’ll use
examples from two websites I’ve been working on recently to show you how
you can make authors have to pay (using GetPaid) to publish content on a
site, and how to check the comments are not spam on your discussion
I was invited to give a talk at the Rotary Club Bristol about Plone. I
spoke about the community and how an amazing group of people world wide
gather across locations around the globe to develop software... and have
a few beers in the process.
I’m afraid the audio quality is not that great, but hopefully you can
turn the volume up and bit and still hear me