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Here's mine. What's yours?
The JoeJoomla BlogEveryone has an opinion. Here's mine. What's yours?
Launching Joomla! User Groups is something that I am only more than willing to help with. Last year JoeJoomla helped start the Joomla! User Group Toronto (JUGT). It's been steadily meeting monthly downtown Toronto mostly at Hemmingway's in Yorkville. You can see the events page for JUGT HERE. Now it's time to get something going west of Toronto and what a blast off the inaugural Joomla! User Group Southwestern Ontario meeting is going to be! With no less than FIVE speakers lined up for the meeting with yours truly moderating the evening.
Read more: JoeJoomla To Help Launch A New Joomla! User Group
If you are a .php developer or designer involved in Joomla!, or any other good open source content management system, the future is bright for you. You won't hear this from everyone but do yourself a favor and don't forget what I just said. Don't cave to the naysayers. They are wrong. If you are a Microsoft Certified developer who is near the end of your career you don't need to change. There's lots of business for you. However, if you are young and talented, early in your career and want to make a name for yourself, then you should get involved in open source.
Read more: The Future Is Bright For Joomla! In The Enterprise World
For the longest time I have resisted blogging in any significant way. The reason for this is because I want to stick with Joomla! and each time I looked for a total Joomla! blogging solution it proved to have some shortcoming, mostly in the way of a decent commenting system. Since I am a Joomla! guy I really don't want to run a different system for it.
Blogging is a really important part of communications, public relations, and marketing. A blog without a comment system is blog flirting. You might as well just call it an article. WordPress is a good straight up blogging system but I didn't want to use it.Add a comment