7-eleven Do’s & Don’ts of Starting Your Own Business

Using Your Passion to Change the World via Business Answer these questions, and get started on the right foot The Dos Do dream BIG/ think BIG How can you change the world with your idea, and not just make money? Do network and build business relationships Who do you know that has accomplished what you are trying to do? Who has expertise and experience that you could utilize? Do fill a void in the marketplace…

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Promotehour : A Start-Up that Helps Start-Ups

About the Start-up: Q) What is the URL of your start-up? A) http://promotehour.com/ Q) What problem your Start-up solving? or planning to solve? A) Building a product is easy, selling it is hard. Most of the start-ups fail because the founders can not find enough customers. Worst, lot of them spend lot of money in building the product only to find either there is no market to buy the product they have created or market…

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Coldfusion and Coda – Adding contextual menu scripts

I love Coda, while not a heavy duty coding app with all the “serious” tools, it is just right.. it just is. But one itsy bitsy teeny weenie thing has always driven me nuts and that is I always want too click a block of code and right-click and wrap it with cf comments, same thing with cssedit UGGGGGGGGGG it drives me nuts!!!!!! Yesterday I downloaded a few of the Coda scripts that are out…

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How to upload your artifacts to Maven Central?

I just applied for access to upload my maven plugin to Maven Central Repository and I would like to outline the steps I have followed. There is already a couple of HowTo pages on the subject but mine will be much shorter. You just have to follow the steps given below in order to have your artifact on the Maven Central. First of all you need to have a PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) signature known…

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Bootstraping Data with Alfresco

When you work with Alfresco, soon you realize that there lot’s of data/configuration that has to be done to run Alfresco properly. In the end developing with Alfresco means extending it; Implementing a custom content model Setting up a repository structure Applying custom rules on spaces Adding users/groups and configuring access rights … It means every time you install a new Alfresco instance, you also have to setup these prerequisites. However there is a much…

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