Hacking Movable Type

The book is finally here. Jay, Ben, Matt, David and I are very happy to have this work published in print at last. 336 pages of MT goodies.

Things have been quiet here lately. Too quiet. And this site is in desperate need of a facelift. I hope to do that within the next couple of weeks. We've been hard at work on Movable Type 3.2. If you haven't heard, a beta release is available-- open to the public! The beta period is almost over, which means the release is near. I'm incredibly proud of our team and the work that has gone into this one.

Hacking Movable Type, indeed.

TrackBack

TrackBack URL for this entry:
http://bradchoate.com/mt/feedback/tb/1031

Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Hacking Movable Type:

» Hacking Moveable Type from simoncox.com sideblog
Hacking Movable Type (ExtremeTech) arrived from Amazon.co.uk on Monday and I have read a good chunk of it. The authors, Jay Allen, Brad Choate, Ben Hammersley, Matthew Haughey, David Raynes are just about the top names in the field at... [Read More]

» Hacking Moveable Type from simoncox.com sideblog
Hacking Movable Type (ExtremeTech) arrived from Amazon.co.uk on Monday and I have read a good chunk of it. The authors, Jay Allen, Brad Choate, Ben Hammersley, Matthew Haughey, David Raynes are just about the top names in the field at... [Read More]

» Hacking Moveable Type from simoncox.com sideblog
Hacking Movable Type (ExtremeTech) arrived from Amazon.co.uk on Monday and I have read a good chunk of it. The authors, Jay Allen, Brad Choate, Ben Hammersley, Matthew Haughey, David Raynes are just about the top names in the field at... [Read More]

2 Comments

Neil T. said:

My copy arrived yesterday - only had a brief flick-through so far but looks awesome.

Elisa Author Profile Page said:

Hi Brad, so the book is 3 years old now. With MT4 and even with MT4.21 the whole system has changed a lot.

Will the stuff you wrote in your book still work?

Are you planning on making a re-edition?

Hope you´ll get in touch asap.

I was just searching for your textile plugin documentation and came along this post.

Your fan in Germany

Elisa

About

This article was published on August 1, 2005 10:07 PM.

The article previously posted was Sweet 3.16.

The next article is Apple's Mighty Mouse.

Many more can be found on the home page or by looking through the archives.

Powered by Movable Type