This month I talk about bringing on board enduring, and endearing, LaSalle Software clients. Creating a revenue producing web app is difficult. It starts with understanding the value proposition you are offering and call-to-action(s) that need conversion. Enduring clients understand this!
Why did Alan Langford create his first commercial extension after years of offering free downloads? Is it more trouble than it's worth? How did he price it? In this interview, Alan takes us behind the scenes.
SquareOneCMS is a groundbreaking Distribution of the Joomla open source content management system. Founder Jeremy Wilken takes us on a tour of "S1", in this first of our two part podcast. Today we talk about the what Square One actually intermediates, details of how the Updater is used, the critical role of Continuous Integration, among other things!
SquareOneCMS is a groundbreaking Distribution of the Joomla open source content management system. Founder Jeremy Wilken takes us on a tour of "S1", in this first of our two part podcast. Today we talk about the difference between a "fork" and a "distro", the Update Manager, wielding the power of controlling the code to express a vision, GitHub making it easier to use Joomla as Raw Material, motivation for "S1", and about learning how to traverse the path least taken.
Arash Sanieyan and Rastin Mehr, core architects of the Anahita Social Engine, talk about hackerpre-nomics and podcasting their subscriber Google Hangout sessions. (Lots of annotations in this transcript -- as it turned out, a precursor show to my forking Tienda)
Technical glitches cause me to reschedule my show with Alan Langford. I recap our unrecorded conversations, talking about Alan, the SquareOneCMS Joomla Distro, Transcriptions, and Alan's Content Pattern Plugin
Tienda is ready -- very ready. Tweet sweetly even in heat -- same with blogging -- for I love that technical talk! The way for users to capture the inherent power of Free Open Source Software is to join hackerpreneur clubs. Yes, I do care about the Nooku Framework! Nooku is now starting to focus on Change Management.
Right now, many Nooku Framework versions are used to build Joomla extensions, but only one NFW version is installable on a Joomla site. Since NFW versions are so different, an extension written with one NFW version will not work with other NFW versions. For me, this renders the Nooku Framework unusable.
Of all the nearly 60 podcasts I've produced since February 2010, this podcast is the most difficult I've put together. With a mountain of notes and over 50 takes, I know I have too much on my mind about my new Club Commerce. Why am I forming a Club of Clients, how am I going to run it, what are my objectives for you and me? I've been doing Virtuemart consulting for five odd years. Three-quarters of my clients were fellow consultants; and, one-quarter were site owners bootstrapping their own sites. With such unusual difficulty putting this podcast together, I've concluded that the best way for me to approach this podcast is to just speak from the heart, as a consultant. My marketing may not be the greatest, my copywriting not the slickest, but so what? I'm going to help you make a ton of money with Tienda. Who needs slick? Let me just lay it out for you.
Torkil Johnsen is an active contributor to the Nooku Framework project. We talk about setting up a development environment using eclipse and symlinking. This is my first of an ongoing series of podcasts digging into the Nooku Framework.
David de Boer, founder of ChillCreations.com, joins me today for my first "The Bob Bloom Show" interview of 2011. We talk about why David dropped out of school for Joomla; the impact of upcoming Joomla versions, Nooku and Molajo; free vs commercial extension offerings; and, more.