June IssueThe June issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here!

Our stories this month:

Editor's Introduction

Summer of Opportunity, by Alice Grevet

Feature Stories

Hurt Me Plenty, by John Hooley
Joomla and Beyond, My First Experience, by Joe Sonne
Meet Joomla!'s 2012 Google Summer of Code Students, by Chad Windnagle
Robert Deutz, Joomla! Event Organizer Extraordinaire!, by Dianne Henning
Three Archetypes of Open Innovation Processes & Joomla!, by Ricky D'Cruze

Project News

Leadership Highlights - June 2012, by Alice Grevet

Events

JoomlaDays from China to Greece, by Jacques Rentzke

Book Reviews

“PHP and MySQL 24-Hour Trainer” - the Go-to Resource for PHP and MySQL Novices, by Milena Mitova

Designers

Designing Joomla! Websites - Form vs Functionality, by Phehello Mofokeng

Developers

CMS Testing, by Niels Braczek

Site builders

.htaccess File That FREAKIN Works!, by Cindy Montano
Use Firebug to tweak template CSS, by Daniel Riefstahl

Business Matters

Hosting: Awesome Revenue Stream or Big Headache?, by Gabe Wahhab
The Ultimate Marketing Guide For Joomla Extension Developers, by Luke Summerfield
RFP's, Proposals, and Contracts – Part 2, by Mike Carson

Google Summer of Code

Project: JGoogle Package, by Aaron Schmitz
Project: Workflow Engine, by Florian Voutzinos
Project: Language Installer for Joomla!, by Javier Gomez
Project: JMediawiki Package, by Prasath Nadarajah
Project: Javascript and CSS Compression API, by Kavith Thiranga Lokuhewage
Project: RESTful Web Service API, by Stefan Neculai
Project: Social Package, by Diana Prajescu

In our next issue

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JCM May EditionThe May issue of the Joomla Community Magazine is here!

Our stories this month:

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION

Joomla! Around the World…, by Dianne Henning

JAB 2012

J and Beyond, an International Joomla! Conference, is back for the third year.

For 3 days in May (18th -20th) Joomla! developers and site builders from over 30 countries will gather in Bad Nauheim, near Frankfurt, right in the heart of Europe.

The programme for J and Beyond is created by the participants through a public "Call for Papers" and this year for the first time we will be integrating the Joomla! Project Roadmap sessions.

J and Beyond is your opportunity to:

  • Learn from others
  • Present your ideas
  • Plan for the future
  • Meet the people behind the avatar
  • AND most importantly - to have fun!

You can find out more by visiting http://jandbeyond.org.