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Getting Nooku 13.1 Framework and Server up on my Windows Box Featured

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I have been working with Joomla for a long time, but of late have been focusing on Nooku. Not that I don't think that the moves made in Joomla! 1.6+ and beyond are great (especially the RESTFul implmentation in the Application folder of the framework), but am enjoying using Nooku for its Service Oriented Attributes (check out Engineering Internals of a RAD Framework... as a PHP Developer which I just wrote as the second post for the TopTal blog)

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Finally, I got a chance to pull version 13.1 of the Framework and Version 2 of the server. The framework part in super exciting, and I'll find some time to talk about that later. The Server though part has intriguing implications for distributed development, in regard to teams and their respective environments. The server is built using Vagrant (http://vagrantup.com)

Now, currently I am working in Windows (I switch back and forth every so often) and had a little trouble getting set up. With the current README.md walk through I was getting a pesky NFS warning, saying that it was required.

I got over that by loading the setting the NFS part to false in the puppet config file.

That's it for now. More later. '

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Cameron

Cameron is a PHP Application Developer and consultant and spends much of his time furthering the business goals of his company Magnetic Merchandising Inc. which he started in 2005.

Cameron has provided technical deployment and consultation for many entities since starting MMI. Much of that work has been in complex hosted auction platforms, professional Joomla! deployments and extension development and sales.

As such, Cameron has acquired a deep technical skill-set, a sensitivity to client needs, and the ability to produce anything those clients can visualize.

Everyday, he actively seeks out and becomes familiar technologies that will give MMI clients maximum return for their web development and general e-presence dollar.

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