Linux Journal has published the first in a series of articles about
Bricolage in its September 2003 issue. Reuven Lerner, who wrote the
article, says that he is "enthusiastic about Bricolage."
Reuven covers the installation of Bricolage, as well as a discussion of
Bricolage's dependencies (Apache, mod_perl, PostgreSQL, etc.). He also
examines Bricolage's data model and its application architecture. It's
a good, technically-oriented introduction to Bricolage from someone who
has spent a lot of time working with Web applications over the years.
The PostgreSQL coverage is great, too, because he takes the time to
review some of the great features of PostgreSQL (functions, sequences,
constraints, etc.) vs. the competition. So go read it!
David Wheeler AIM: dwTheory
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