I usually don’t like to discuss books (except in person with friends/colleagues) very much until I have an ISBN number. Well, here it is! My next book is going to address what I consider the most important challenge to Apple Server nerds like myself: can a server really be installed off the app store with no technical skills? I also tackle the meaning of life (somewhere on page 42) in this book, but that’s not nearly as interesting a topic… I am about 80 percent done with it and it should be out within the next 5 to 6 weeks. One of the things that really impresses me about O’Reilly is how fast they can turn my work around, due to their automated publishing environment (if you’ve never written a book in DocBook/XML, you might want to try a chapter or two before you sign a contract as it is nothing like writing in Word or Pages!).
Now that it has an ISBN, the book can now be found on Amazon using the link below. Again, it won’t be out for a few weeks, but it will be fully updated to 10.7.2 and will cover Profile Manager/MDM, the new Podcast Producer and of course Time Machine Server. I go into round tripping WebDAV data w/ iPad/Pages and other oddities specific to iOS as well. Oh, and I added a special appendix on FTP for those still living in the 90s (complete with flannel and greasy hair)!
BTW, the animal is not a Lion, ’cause it was taken…
krypted October 28th, 2011
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