Everyone has an opinion.
Here's mine. What's yours?
The JoeJoomla BlogEveryone has an opinion. Here's mine. What's yours?
On January 20, 2017 a small but very talented group of Joomlers descended on London England for a Joomla! Super Sprint. There's a reason it's called a 'Super Sprint'. This was one of the best Joomla events that I have participated in.
There were some questions ahead of the event about the value for the money that was being spent for it. I can say with absolute confidence that it was tremendous value for the money. I also think some of the elements of the Super Sprint should be in all Joomla events.Add a comment
Last August of 2015 Open Source Matters (OSM) published a request for proposal for companies to submit offers to provide video training for Joomla websites. The video training is to be provided free to anyone that wishes to learn how to use Joomla.
The winner of the RFP is OSTraining but the real winners are the hundreds of thousands of people who use Joomla every day for their websites.
Preparations are well under way for the launch of the site and it should be live near the end of May 2016.Add a comment
Your website project should be fun and rewarding but it also requires you to be responsible for making sound technological decisions. This is especially important when you use a Content Management System (CMS) for your website. You never start out expecting to be part of a horror story but poor decisions can create chaos where websites are concerned. Here are the top 5 tips to keep your website project from becoming a nightmare...
I get to sound off about all my personal opinions on Joomla in this blog. I also let you have your say. But for this blog entry let's turn it around and make it all about YOUR Joomla! opinion.
On Saturday, March 14, 2015 I will be doing a presentation called "Joomla Entanglement - How to Leverage Your Influence” at JoomlaDay Boston in Boston, Massachusetts. I’m inviting the people in my session to give their opinion about what Joomla! should be doing different or how the Joomla! project should be run.
Here's a question to help get you started...Add a comment