Flex, Air, Rails, Joomla get together

Flex / Rails / Air / Joomla

My good friend and business associate Arash from PeerGlobe Technology is organizing an awesome event about Adobe Flex, Rails, Air and the new Joomla 1.5 framework. This is supposed to be a fun get together of developers so you don’t have to be an expert in any of those to be able to enjoy the event. rmd Studio, Tazzu Community, and The Network Hub are 3 of the sponsors.

We’re going to have some really neat guest speakers such as Peter Armstrong (http://peterarmstrong.com ) which will be talking about his new book “Flexible Rails” (http://flexiblerails.com ) and Atul Nagpal who is an Adobe AIR and flex expert and will showcasing us some of his tips and tricks.

At the end Ash and I will be talking about the new Joomla 1.5 MVC framework and do a little comparison study.

When: March 19th 2008

Where: The Network Hub

To attend click on the button below

This event has been sponsored by:

PeerGlobe Technologies

rmd Studio Inc. - Custom CMS & Social Media Technology Solutions

The Network Hub - Startup Launch Pad

Tazzu Business & Technology Community

[tags]flex, air, rails, joomla, networkhub, tazzu, rmdstudio, rastin, peerglobe[/tags]

Clients who don’t get to update their own CMS powered websites!

In the last few weeks I got a few phone calls from people who had their sites build using some content management system (open source or secret source!) and they were asking me if they could gain access to the back-end of their own site and update some of the content. After some poking around and asking some questions we learned that their web designers are not providing their clients the administrative access and still continuing to charge for every little website update which could easily be done by the clients themselves.

Hey guys … that’s not a fair to your clients!

And to the smart website owners: if any web designer is doing that to you, I think you should honestly give them the boot and seek professional service somewhere else!

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