The Joomla Community Magazine
Alcuni giorni fa ho avuto la grande opportunità di partecipare con L’associazione Joomla!Lombardia ed il Team di Web Advisor ad una giornata di lavoro con i missionari Saveriani, non vi nascondo l’emozione di portare il nostro amato CMS in un ambito così prestigioso, con delegati ufficiali dello Stato Vaticano e Missionari provenienti da tutto il Mondo.
Have you ever had someone approach you to complete a project and spent days on interviews, emails, and research in order to develop a proposal only to have them push back on price? They want a Facebook clone crossed with Kickstarter and you discover too late that they only have a $500 budget. It can make you want to pull your hair out when your prospect goes from excited only to suddenly vanish once they see the cost of what they're asking for.
A few days ago, with the Association Joomla! Lombardy and the Web Advisor Team, I had the great opportunity to live a work day with Xaverian Missionaries; I don’t want to hide the strong emotion I felt in bringing our beloved CMS in a so prestigious area, with the presence of official Vatican State delegates and missionaries coming from all over the world.
February 9th was Safer Internet Day. Google offered Gmail users an extra 2 GB of space to perform a quick security audit on their account. The tasks were easy: a quick review of the account recovery information and the connected applications. Even though it took only a few minutes and many will never realize it, the audit will have a big impact for thousands of users who dodged a bullet with their name on it. Small things can make a big difference. It's the magic of preventative care.
Who’s the boss? In every business, the boss is the Customer. Without customers... we have no business. “Cost” is what a customer pays; “Value” is what a customer gets. We need to focus on what we give. Here are three ways we can increase our service’s value in the context of a Joomla web business.
Over the past year it has become evident that better User Experience (UX) is being demanded by our community. We believe UX is critical to the future of the Joomla community and see an opportunity to improve our platform while bringing our community together in new ways. We’ve spent the first few months of 2016 rebuilding the JUX team and we want you to be involved!
Joomla est un CMS basé sur PhP et MySQL. La popularité et la distribution de Joomla ont été rendus possible il y a 10 ans car avec PHP et MySQL, nous avions trouvé une base très conviviale et moderne pour le développement et c'est encore le cas aujourd'hui. Dans cet article, nous allons parler un peu d'histoire et expliquer les avantages et les inconvénients de l'utilisation de PHP 7 avec Joomla 3.5.
Joomler in Focus is a new collumn in Joomla! Community Magazine where volunteers who contribute to the Joomla! Project will be introduced to our readers. We expect to show some of the faces from Joomla around the world who make Joomla happen each and everyday. Our first guest is Marco Richter. Enjoy his interview!
University students from many parts of the world will spend the summer break ("winter break" in some countries) writing code and learning about open source development. Joomla! is one of the selected mentoring organizations in Google Summer of Code 2016 (GSoC 2016). Does it mean that students will be coding to make Joomla! even better? Yes! And we invite you all to join us in the GSoC 2016 journey.
Standing in front of an audience of 167 (including an 11 day old baby) and not seeing a single empty seat when the event began was an awesome feeling. It was only then that I knew we had succeeded in rebooting JoomlaDay UK and proving that we have a large community.