This lesson continues to build the foundation for your Joomla development environment. Here we will establish some background information on testing processes, types, uses, and reasons.
I’m quite sure everyone is familiar with the popular Dr. Seuss book, The Lorax. May more may only know the recent popular movie version. My kids love the book. I read it (again) last night to them and was reminded how the word unless was a central focus.
Everyone is known for something. As much as you may wish that’s not the case at times. Similarly every business is known for something, be it a product, service, or character quality. What is your business brand and how does it affect what you’re known for?
In honor of small business week, I felt this post would be an appropriate one. Small businesses often have apprehensions when entering a meeting with a potential client. One question in particular presents considerable problems. How many people are in your company?
Our Joomla Developer series continues with setting up the ideal environment to create beautiful Joomla CMS code.
This is a talk I gave recently at OpenWest in Utah as part of their PHP track.
Most small businesses also have small marketing budgets. And it’s pretty much a fact of life that there will always be bigger companies with bigger budgets working in the same space. How can the little guy get noticed?
This is the start of a ridiculously fun series about reading for success. I hope to share insights and advice I’ve received from various business books. If you struggle to find time to read or what to read maybe this series will help.
We focus on the development environment in this second lesson of Joomla Development 101. I will share tools I’ve found to be useful and currently use.
It’s happened to me many times before. I’ve been stuck needing to unscrew the back off a toy to replace the batteries. I have no screwdriver handy so I begin to look for alternatives nearby. The result is mostly an extreme sense of frustration.