About Windsor Wallaby

Windsor Wallaby is an independent and enthusiastic Zurmo CRM supporter and Open Source contributor. Active on the Zurmo user forums and a regular personality on the weekly Zurmo developer's conference call, Windsor is committed to building helping relationships by Listening, Learning, Doing, and Sharing. Windsor works with Zurmo CRM daily to track business opportunities and contacts. Windsor also integrates Zurmo as a core platform component for in-house and bespoke IT development projects.

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Windsor Wallaby

About Windsor Wallaby

Windsor Wallaby is an independent and enthusiastic Zurmo CRM supporter and Open Source contributor. Active on the Zurmo user forums and a regular personality on the weekly Zurmo developer's conference call, Windsor is committed to building helping relationships by Listening, Learning, Doing, and Sharing. Windsor works with Zurmo CRM daily to track business opportunities and contacts. Windsor also integrates Zurmo as a core platform component for in-house and bespoke IT development projects.

Zurmo – How the Source Code is Organized – Part 4

In previous posts on this topic we revealed the basic file structure underlying Zurmo CRM. Today we’ll continue our exploration of the Zurmo file structure and focus on the anatomy …

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Zurmo – How the Source Code is Organized – Part 3

In previous posts on this topic we learned how to locate and distinguish between the official Zurmo remote source code repository on Bitbucket, and the source code that is running on …

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Zurmo – How the Source Code is Organized – Part 2

In Part 1 of this articled, we began to take the edge off the somewhat daunting task of analyzing Zurmo’s file structure. We learned that even though the way the …

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