I'm the Mike Combs that was born in Oregon, lives near Boston, and has worked for decades in high tech in product management and product marketing. You can find those details on my LinkedIn profile.
This blog is my way to capture best practices and scribbled notes about the web design and usability, to save me hours of reGoogling the answers. It suffers from shoemaker's children syndrome, but maybe you'll find it useful, too.
My name on the Plone IRC is 'mikeBOS' and you can find me on Yahoo or AOL chat as 'mcombs64'.
- My Thunderbird — by Mike Combs — last modified 2009-04-13 17:05
- Favorite add-on and configuration tips
- Getting started — by mikec — last modified 2008-10-27 15:55
- Turning up a Plone website. Getting a host, domain name, and basic plone site set up.
- Subversion & Plone — by Mike Combs — last modified 2008-07-10 19:40
- My methodology for version control of Plone configuration and products
- — by Mike Combs — last modified 2008-06-21 16:44
- This is a pros and cons review of Plone as a CMS, mostly of interest to web designers.
- — by Mike Combs — last modified 2008-06-21 16:43
- Do you need a website or a website built on a CMS? This article (from 2000) is still a must-read.