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Thinking Mobile? If You Build It, They Will Come
Smartphone applications are predicted to overtake the desktop software market. So who will win the multi-billion-pound [dollar] application economy, and what are the new rules? Read more – ‘Thinking Mobile? If You Build It, They Will Come’.
Launching Yourself as a Freelancer – Advertise and Find Work
Advertising and finding work as a freelancer has the potential to be extremely painful and difficult. However, having made the decision to go freelance, it is likely you are actually good at what you do, which gives you a great headstart. Read more – ‘Launching Yourself as a Freelancer – Advertise and Find Work’.
Great Adobe AIR Applications to Check Out
Since the Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) was released at the end of February, we now have a stable platform on which to build desktop applications with our existing web skills. A number of people have already started and the Adobe AIR Marketplace is filling with AIR applications by the day. So what is the big deal? Read more – ‘Great Adobe AIR Applications to Check Out’.
Tools to meet the Web 2.0 challenge
Companies need to make the most of Web 2.0, and web content management tools can help firms meet user demand for interactive websites. These tools aren't simply restricted to the standard content management systems (CMS) used to publish text to a website, but tools that include file sharing, information sharing and instant messenging among others. Read more – ‘Tools to meet the Web 2.0 challenge’.
Antique Weather Clock Mashup
Peter Schirmer has brought a new, awesome, meaning to mashups. He has created the concept of a weather clock. Instead of telling the time, this clock tells the weather. Read more – ‘Antique Weather Clock Mashup’.
Drive Business Change with Web 2.0
During the 1990s business leaders and venture capitalists grappled with how they would make money from the web. This was tipified by the two VCs, Kleiner Perkins and Sequoia Capital, investing $25 million in Google in the late 1990s; they new the search engine created by Sergey Brin and Larry Page was a winning formula, even though the pair had not yet monetised search. Bricks and mortar compaines were deemed "old hat" as the dotcom bubble was expanding. Companies such as eBay, Amazon and Yahoo! were at the forefront of every investors' chequebook. Every company needed a 21st Century "Blue Sky" web strategy; every company needed to do e-commerce. However, the bubble burst and everyone was brought down with a bang. Boo.com is a classic example of the fallout from the over speculation. Read more – ‘Drive Business Change with Web 2.0’.
The ColdFusion Podcast Episode 2
Bryan Kaiser & Michael Haynie talk about videos from MAX, Google Maps, AJAX and more. Read more – ‘The ColdFusion Podcast Episode 2’.