Joomla blog posts from around the web (15/11)

joomla-week-15Here are some interesting Joomla blog posts I found during week 15:

"I don't want to talk about joomla's performance or server performance or anything like this :)", says Daniel Dimitrov.

"Yann Tiersen is high on my list of music to design to - especially if I want something more organic and less electronic.", says Anthony Olsen.

Barnes & Noble just launched a new Nook Developer site, built on Joomla.

Anthony Olsen - Potential improvements to Joomla template club.

Any good CRMs or ERPs for Online Businesses?

Written by Steve Burge

Over the last couple of weeks I've been trying to get a better handle on our business over at OSTraining.com. Since the launch early last years, things have been growing faster than my ability to analyze and understand it.

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Barnes & Noble Uses Joomla

Written by Steve Burge

Barnes & Noble is the largest book retailer in the United States with over 1300 stores. Their company history goes back to 1873.

They're also known for the Nook e-book reader that was launched in 2009. The company is encouraging developers to create apps for the Nook and as part of that effort they've just launched a new Nook Developer site, built on Joomla.

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2011 budget open for community review

Written by Paul Orwig

The Joomla! project and Open Source Matters would like to invite the members of our community to take a look at the proposed 2011 budget and then submit your feedback through Monday April 18th.

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Performance!

Written by Daniel Dimitrov

Hey!

I don't want to talk about joomla's performance or server performance or anything like this :)

I want to talk about our performance and how fast do we get stuff done???

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Magento 1.4 Development Cookbook Review

Written by Sam Mahoney

I've spent the last couple of evenings reading over the latest Magento books from Packt Publishing - namely their Magento 1.4 Development Cookbook and their Magento 1.4 Themes Design - which they kindly sent me review copies of after discovering RocketTheme "while searching for professionals with Magento development experience".

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Some more style for our pricing table and subscription workflow

Written by  Anthony Olsen

I have been meaning to improve the style and design of our subscription pages for a few months now and have finally had a chance to implement the new layouts.

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Music to design to - Yann Tiersen

Written by  Anthony Olsen

Yann Tiersen is high on my list of music to design to - especially if I want something more organic and less electronic. I'm a huge fan of movie soundtracks and one of my favourites would have to be Goodbye Lenin. The film is beautiful but the soundtrack is sublime. A quote from the youtube page I referenced the clip from sums it up perfectly:

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Some changes to our template club plans

Written by  Anthony Olsen

Over the last few months we have been debating about potential improvements to our Joomla template club from both a user and developer perspective (that's us) and I'm relieved to say that we have come to a decision and have started to roll out some of the changes.

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A change to our blog comment system

Written by  Anthony Olsen

When we moved the blog into its own domain we faced a few technical issues that I had hoped that I could solve without changing comment systems - but alas it wasn't to be. So I have just rolled out a new comment system - well new to the blog anyway.

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RocketTheme: Over $2 Mil Per Year Selling Themes – with Andy Miller

Written by Andy Miller

How do you build a profitable business selling themes? That’s what I invited Andy Miller, founder of RocketTheme, to learn.RocketTheme sells themes on a subscription basis, is bootstrapped and generates over $2 million in annual sales. While it’s known for its Joomla! themes, RocketTheme also has a robust collection of themes for other publishing platforms, like WordPress.

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