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عنوان: Museum Provision and Professionalism (Leicester Readers in Museum Studies)
مؤلف: Gaynor Kavanagh
مترجم: -
ناشر: RoutledgeFalmer
سال انتشار: 1994
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شابک: 415112818
شابک(13): 9780415112819
مشخصات: xiv, 362 p. ; 27 cm.
رده بندی کنگره: AM5
دیویی: 069
دیویی نرمال: 69
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Museums are public places where objects, images and memories are kept and shared. They exist in infinite variety and contradiction. They can be places of great excitement or great boredom, and they can be sharply insightful or hopelessly bland. Museums are anything that the political climate and the imagination allows them to be.

Museum Provision and Professionalism begins with an introduction discussing the broad areas of museums provision and professionalism and then provides a series of thought-provoking papers on museums. The editor has included material that is in some way influencing museum development. The selection highlights aspects of current professional concern and includes articles and extracts on how the museum is defined, thoughts on the museum, the museums profession, professionalism, codes of ethical conduct and institutional standards.

The papers which make up this volume give ample evidence of the variety of views that exist about museums. They also demonstrate that museums and museum professionals are moving forward with energy and conviction.
 
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DotNetNuke Skinning Tutorial


As a developer one of my greatest areas of weakness is in the area of design. Where I have always been able to make a site functional, my designs have been merely passable.

The author, Darren Neese, takes you from concept to finished product. This book is aimed at beginners, so it is perfect for me, perhaps it will fit your DotNetNuke Skinning needs as well.

First, let me say this, I love DotNetNuke.

Second, I hate skinning DotNetNuke. As a developer that is my weakest area. In fact, to quote Scott Hanselman:

"The difference between a Designer and Developer, when it comes to design skills, is the difference between shooting a bullet and throwing it." - Scott Hanselman with apologies to Larry Miller

DotNetNuke Skinning Tutorial makes the design element of DotNetNuke a little easier. It does not automatically make your designs pretty, but it opens up the mystery of creating a design that is functional and usable.

I must say thanks to PACKT Publishing for continuing to produce books that break down complicated task in a clear and concise way.

If there were one thing that I would add in the next edition of the book, since they use the DotNetNuke Starter Kit install package, is to expose how to install the Starter Kit on Visual Studio 2008, when Visual Studio 2005 is not installed on the PC. I understand that when the book was written VS2008 was not released and by the next release of the book this may be fixed on the DotNetNuke side, but if it is not, there is a small amount of pain to install the package on VS2008.
 
2008/08/11

Good beginner's manual but inc


This book is a typical PACKT publishing book, a meaty tutorial for basic skinning of a DotNetNuke web site. It's 140 pages though, which is too little to cover the topic in depth. In addiiton, Chapter 7: Images and Web Design is about a third of the book and unrelated to the topic. Instead this chapter deals with creating graphics, rounded boxes and other design-oriented fluff. In a basic web design book this might be a useful chapter, but here it seems to have been stuffed in to fill space in an otherwise tiny book.

There is still value in the book though. The walkthrough of creating a development environment and creating a skin is thorough but concise. There are gems of information scattered through the text, almost too scattered, but those gems can be lifesavers when designing a DotNetNuke skin.

Unfortunately, when 40 pages or so are devoted to material with little connection to the topic and only 11 pages cover creating module containers, an important piece of skinning a DotNetNuke site, the value of the book drops dramatically. Only four pages on packaging a skin, one of the more confusing tasks for beginning designers, is also too few and the lack of any advanced skinning discussion is a deficit to anyone already moderately experienced with DotNetNuke skinning.

The book was dissapointing for what seems to be a subject in great demand. The somewhat limited DotNetNuke skinning information on the internet compares to the material in the book, so unless you're a rank beginner needing a jump start this is probably a book to skip. Not worth the $40 (US) cover price.
 
2008/08/07

 
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