It would be good idea Mastering Redmine to have new editions when Redmine releases new versions.
Mastering Redmine by Andriy Lesyuk covers the massive amount of functionality provided by Redmine with enough depth to get new users off and managing projects on their own installation. He begins the book with an overview of Redmine and a brief walkthrough of the user interface. This is followed by discussions on the different ...more
It was a big hole not having a book for such a nice and solid project management system around but finally, first (as far as I know) Redmine book is on the market. Dear Andriy (also owner of a lot of plugins for Redmine and kind person) recently wrote the first book about Redmine. Congratulations again :).
Let me cut short and talk a little bit about the book. I'm Redmine administrator and user for years and I learnt a lot of things about Redmine from blogs, redmine.org, forums etc. But after the...more
You really get the sense that this has been written by someone with a strong development background, which for me is great but might leave non-developers confused with some of the ...more
On the contrary of the most of IT books out there, that come with no images or, worse, with quickly made ugly black and white ...more
The book covers everything, from the basics - where he expands on the sparse documentation that exists around installing Redmine and initial settings to look at and change, to the more advanced topics of personalization and customization. Although I took the hard route, by setting Redmine up ...more
Since most people use redmine as a Agile Project Management System, i think the book could have given a little more emphasys in this subject. But it is a great book indeed.