Working in a Startup Wonderland

As a sequel to last year’s T’was the Night Before Christmas: Cell phones ring are you listening on the web something’s missing No server in sight no one’s sleeping tonight working in a startup wonderland. Gone away are regular hours here to stay because it’s ours. We sing a new song and our hours are […]


How Can Project Management Software Help Business To Be Productive?

Business is of any type but they all want proper management. Project management software is necessary for maintaining records. It includes many things like collaboration software, resource allocation, cost control, team prioritize, chatting with clients and many more. It defines your company’s goals and makes projects plans. It gives you the idea of overall expensive […]


Web2project v2.2 Release Notes

As of 19 December 2010, web2project v2.2 is officially live! You can download it from SourceForge now. While in many releases we might focus on cleanup or functionality or developer aspects or similar, this one is a mishmash of a bunch of useful updates on numerous fronts. This isn’t all of the updates but a […]


PMP Exam in a Nutshell

PMP Exam One of the most high demand and credible certification available is the PMP® (Project Management Professional) certification offered by PMI® (Project Management Institute). The PMP demonstrates advanced knowledge of and experience with Project Management concepts. Today, there are over 250,000 PMP-certified project managers worldwide. To obtain PMP certification, a candidate must satisfy the […]


Five Steps to Initiating a Project

The project initiation phase is the critical phase within the project lifecycle. It is also called the project pre-planning phase and about stating the basic characteristics of the project. To successfully initiate a project, you need to which basics steps are required to carry out to develop a business case, undertake a feasibility study, develop […]


CodeWorks 2010 Recap

Approximately 10 days ago, I finished the 2010 CodeWorks Tour. This time around with 4 speakers hitting 5 cities, it was smaller, more compact, and generally a litte more intimate of an experience. Due to the odd nature of this one, I'm going to skip my usual “Good, Bad, Ugly” conference review format and go […]


ZendCon 2010 Recap

This was my sixth ZendCon and I've lost count of how many conferences overall. Regardless, this is one of the unique conferences in the PHP community as it's a blend of business and Open Source. Sometimes that works beautifully, sometimes not so much.. The Good First, the content was excellent. In past years, I've always […]


Adobe MAX 2010 Recap

Last week I had the opportunity to attend AdobeMAX in Los Angeles. It was my first time attending a conference out of the PHP community in a couple years (unless you count DrupalCon). More importantly this was my first time attending a conference driven primarily by the design side of the fence. While it added […]