WebAssist has an opening for a web developer in Encinitas, California (just north of San Diego). There is more information here.
WebAssist is offering Database Starter kits for $9.99 US each.Â They have one forÂ ASP (Access or SQL Server) and one for PHP (MySQL). EachÂ Database Starter Kit includes example databases, working files andÂ self-paced training to teach you how to build database-driven sites in Dreamweaver. Use and re-use the included databases, as-is or totally customized. Select one of the following links:
Do you prefer Linux over Windows for a server platform?Â If so, let this Dilbert cartoon be a warning.
According to an article at phpBuilder, phpJobScheduler, a simple PHP scheduling scriptÂ that uses MySQL to store scheduled jobs/tasks,Â has become very popular since its recommendation by IBM. Its free to use and distribute (released under the GNU License) and there is now aÂ new version available here.
Following a nomination round and eight weeks of voting, PacktÂ announced Joomla! as the winner of the 2006 Open Source Content Management System Award. Joomla! was selected from five finalists:Â Drupal, e107, Joomla!, Plone, and XOOPS. Drupal took second place, and Plone was third.
According to Kevin Airgid, he grossed over $100,000 USD a year developing sites for various national level clients. Kevin has written a book titled “Web Designer’s Success Guide” which givesÂ step-by-step instructions on how to achieve the following: […]