About The AuthorGabriel Mongefranco is an experienced leader in software development and security analysis. On his free time, he is also a writer, poet, philanthropist and adventurer. Learn more.
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Business – Negocios Archive
- Posted on 2010.08.05 | No CommentsI have installed simple WordPress sites before, but I never had a chance to dig into the technicalities, plug-in writing, admin tricks, SEO optimization and such -- until now. It was fun!
- Posted on 2008.12.13 | No CommentsYesterday, I was tasked with graphing survey results for a PowerPoint presentation. My tool of choice: Office Excel 2007. I was expected to come up with professional-looking and easy-to-understand graphs […]
- Posted on 2008.12.13 | No CommentsI was supposed to take a certification exam for my capstone class. It did not matter if I passed it or not — I just had to take it to […]
- Posted on 2008.10.12 | 2 CommentsSee, this widget is kind of evil. With the default settings, a blog using this widget would only advertise five blogs at a time. If a user clicks the tiny "more" button (very unlikely), another five blogs would come up. So in total, only 10 blogs would ever be advertised. Did I say ever? Pretty much.
- Posted on 2008.09.19 | 2 CommentsLast week, while blogging with the ScribeFire plug-in for Firefox, I saw an advertisement for ScribeFire ads. Their value proposition is that they can manage ads from different companies while the site owner only needs to manage ads in a central place.
- Posted on 2008.07.20 | No CommentsWatch my adventures around the world, meet interesting new people, learn how to hack into a computer network or build a little robot....
- Posted on 2008.06.23 | 4 CommentsIf users want a fully functional, usable, enterprise-ready product, they must pay to obtain the Professional Edition. So in a way, JasperSoft has not captured the true sense of "open source."
- Posted on 2008.06.13 | No CommentsAll right, it’s official: a blog can definitely increase search engine ratings and even offer direct revenue. I started this blog last month, and this is only my 10th post. […]