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  • SEO Tips - Avoiding 3 Common Mistakes

    Some of the most effective SEO tips are also some of the easiest to implement and are often overlooked. An effectively optimized site can increase the amount of free and targeted search engine traffic you receive. Read on to see 3 search engine optimization tips that are easy to follow and will result in more free traffic to your site.

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  • A Few Useful Coding Tips For PHP - MySQL Hosting

    Due to the simplicity and effectiveness of PHP and the functionalities of MySQL, PHP-MySQL hosting solution becomes the favorite choice for many website developers. However, many PHP programmers, mostly the inexperienced website developers may face different kinds of problem because they are lack of understanding about some tips and tricks to improve their PHP hosting performance. Going through the contents of this article will help you learn the top five most useful tips for your website development.

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  • From the Tips Box: Free Shipping with Amazon Filler, Repairing Ethernet Cables, and Emergency Stickers

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    Once a week we round up some great tips from the tips box and share them with everyone. This week we’re looking at easy Amazon filler items, repairing the tab on Ethernet cable connectors, and a humorous data-security sticker. How to Own Your Own Website (Even If You Can’t Build One) Pt 1 What’s the Difference Between Sleep and Hibernate in Windows? Screenshot Tour: XBMC 11 Eden Rocks Improved iOS Support, AirPlay, and Even a Custom XBMC OS

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  • A Few Useful Coding Tips For PHP - MySQL Hosting

    Due to the simplicity and effectiveness of PHP and the functionalities of MySQL, PHP-MySQL hosting solution becomes the favorite choice for many website developers. However, many PHP programmers, mostly the inexperienced website developers may face different kinds of problem because they are lack of understanding about some tips and tricks to improve their PHP hosting performance. Going through the contents of this article will help you learn the top five most useful tips for your website development.

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  • Awesome SEO Tips

    To survive in the competitive e-marketing world almost every small e-commerce business is implementing Search Engine Optimization technique. From the pile of SEO tips as well as strategies selecting the best strategy is pretty tough. You must have basic knowledge of SEO and what is the latest update on this field. Here are some of the most praiseworthy and efficient SEO tips framed for you.

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  • 10 Effective and Free of Charge SEO Tips

    Building a website doesn't end up in polished web design and error-free programming codes. You have to be aware of the search engine optimization tips you should consider right after your purchasing of domain name. So here are the 10 free yet efficient SEO tips.

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  • 5 Most Vital Ecommerce SEO Tips

    Search engine optimization will always be a part of the Internet. In order to get the target traffic of a website and search engine results page, every web page must be optimized. Even if many tips are seen on the net, there are 5 SEO tips that have been used for years and up to now.

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  • 5 Basic SEO Tips For Any Online Business

    Any SEO tips you can get should be considered of value to your online business since it increases your ability to attract search engine traffic. This is what search engine optimizing is all about, traffic! Read more to discover 5 simple yet highly effective tips you can use to insure you receive your fair share of search engine traffic.

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  • What is the most useful R trick?

    - by Dirk Eddelbuettel
    In order to share some more tips and tricks for R, what is you single-most useful feature or trick? Clever vectorization? Data input/output? Visualization and graphics? Statistical analysis? Special functions? The interactive environment itself? One item per post, and we will see if we get a winner by means of votes. [Edit 25-Aug 2008]: So after one week, it seems that the simple str() won the poll. As I like to recommend that one myself, it is an easy answer to accept.

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  • CRM On Demand Performance Tips - Live Web Session on April 20, 2010

    - by Cheryl
    The CRM On Demand Customer Care specialists have another live Web session coming up - this one is about performance - issues, tips, and considerations. This is a part of their Web series, where they pick topics that they hear a lot of questions or concerns about from customers and run live (and free) 1-hour Web sessions about them. Here are the details for this event: Event Title: CRM On Demand Performance Brandon (Hank) Henrie will present some of the top CRM On Demand performance questions and issues that customers raise and some tips and tricks that you can use to avoid them. He will point out good resources that can help and tips for logging performance-related service requests, when all else fails. Date: April 20, 2010 Time: 10:00 am (UTC-07:00 Arizona) How to join: 1. Dial 1-866-682-4770 to access the conference line. 2. Enter the conference code - 6241996 and press # 3. Follow the instructions to record your name and press # 4. Enter the meeting passcode - 1212 and press # 5. Follow the instructions below to join the web portion of the conference. The Web Conference Go to the Oracle Web Conference site: https://strtc.oracle.com Prior to the event: Click the New User button then run the New User Test. (If you have difficulties installing the web conference software try downloading the conference software from the test status window and installing manually.) To join the event: 1. Enter the conference information In the Join Conference box: Conference ID: 6566623 Your Name 2. Click the Join Conference button. Watch for announcements of future sessions on different topics. And, let us know what you think!

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  • Asp.net tips and tricks

    - by ybbest
    Asp.net tips and tricks Here is a summary of articles I found very useful over the years while I am working on asp.net TRULY Understanding View state http://weblogs.asp.net/infinitiesloop/archive/2006/08/03/Truly-Understanding-Viewstate.aspx TRULY Understanding Dynamic Controls http://weblogs.asp.net/infinitiesloop/archive/2006/08/25/TRULY-Understanding-Dynamic-Controls-_2800_Part-1_2900_.aspx ASP.Net 2.0 – Master Pages: Tips, Tricks, and Traps http://odetocode.com/articles/450.aspx ASP.NET Tip – Use The Label Control Correctly http://haacked.com/archive/2007/02/15/asp.net_tip_-_use_the_label_control_correctly.aspx Asp.net httphandlers http://www.michaelflanakin.com/Articles/NET/NET1x/ImplementingHTTPHandlers/tabid/173/Default.aspx http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;308001 http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms972974.aspx Asp.net ajax http://encosia.com/ ASP.NET 2.0 Tips, Tricks, Recipes and Gotchas http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/pages/ASP.NET-2.0-Tips_2C00_-Tricks_2C00_-Recipes-and-Gotchas.aspx Mastering Page-UserControl Communication http://www.codeproject.com/KB/user-controls/Page_UserControl.aspx Comparing Web Site Projects and Web Application Projects Web Deployment Projects .NET Radio Show http://www.dotnetrocks.com/ Herdingcode http://herdingcode.com/ Clean Code talk http://www.objectmentor.com/videos/video_index.html .NET Video Show http://www.dnrtv.com/ .Net User group http://chicagoalt.net/home http://exposureroom.com/members/RIAViewMirror.aspx/assets/ FAQ Why should you remove unnecessary C# using directives? http://stackoverflow.com/questions/136278/why-should-you-remove-unnecessary-c-using-directives http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2009471/what-is-the-benefit-of-removing-redundant-imports-in-vb-net-or-using-in-c-file http://codeclimber.net.nz/archive/2009/12/30/best-of-2009-the-5-most-popular-posts.aspx

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  • New Article on OTN: Tips for Securing an Oracle Linux Environment

    - by Lenz Grimmer
    Some time ago, we published Tips for Hardening an Oracle Linux Server on the Oracle Technology Network. This article focused on hardening an Oracle Linux system right after the initial installation, exploring administrative approaches that help to minimize vulnerabilities. This week we issued a second part,Tips for Securing an Oracle Linux Environment, which focuses on the operational part: detecting intrusion attempts, auditing and keeping systems up-to date and protected. If you manage Oracle Linux systems in your environment, check out these articles for some invaluable hints and suggestions on how to improve and maintain security of these servers!

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  • Tips/Process for web-development using Django in a small team

    - by Mridang Agarwalla
    We're developing a web app uing Django and we're a small team of 3-4 programmers — some doing the UI stuff and some doing the Backend stuff. I'd love some tips and suggestions from the people here. This is out current setup: We're using Git as as our SCM tool and following this branching model. We're following the PEP8 for your style guide. Agile is our software development methodology and we're using Jira for that. We're using the Confluence plugin for Jira for documentation and I'm going to be writing a script that also dumps the PyDocs into Confluence. We're using virtualenv for sandboxing We're using zc.buildout for building This is whatever I can think of off the top of my head. Any other suggestions/tips would be welcome. I feel that we have a pretty good set up but I'm also confident that we could do more. Thanks.

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  • Google I/O 2010 - YouTube API uploads: Tips & best practices

    Google I/O 2010 - YouTube API uploads: Tips & best practices Google I/O 2010 - YouTube API uploads: Tools, tips, and best practices Google APIs 201 Jeffrey Posnick, Gareth McSorley, Kuan Yong Are you integrating YouTube upload functionality into your mobile, desktop, or web app? Learn about Android and iPhone upload best practices, resuming interrupted YouTube uploads, and the YouTube Direct embeddable iframe for soliciting uploads on your existing web pages. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 11 0 ratings Time: 55:27 More in Science & Technology

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  • Google I/O 2010 - Tips and tricks for Google Earth API and KML

    Google I/O 2010 - Tips and tricks for Google Earth API and KML Google I/O 2010 - Mapping in 3D: Tips and tricks for Google Earth API and KML Geo 201 Josh Livni, Mano Marks Google Earth and the Earth API can handle a tremendous amount of data. But you always have more. We will talk about integrating large datasets efficiently, coding for optimal performance, and taking advantage of advanced features in KML and the Earth API. For all I/O 2010 sessions, please go to code.google.com From: GoogleDevelopers Views: 14 0 ratings Time: 01:01:18 More in Science & Technology

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  • Host Matching Interview Tips?

    - by Lambert
    So I've gotten past the technical interviews for a company, and now I'm having an interview with my potential host for an internship during the summer. What are some tips for interviews like these? I know they're not really technical, but I'm not sure what exactly they are meant to gauge. Any tips on what to say, how to show my interest in the project, questions I should ask, etc.? Edit: Side question: What's a good synonym for the word "interesting" or "interested"? I find that I use those words a bit too often (e.g. "I'm definitely interested in working on the front-end!" or "Yeah, that sounds really interesting, I would love learning more about it." or "Those all sound really interesting, I'm definitely interested in all of them!", etc.)... but I can't seem to find any good synonyms. (Online sites don't really give me good synonyms.) Any ideas?

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  • Tool for creating Spritesheet? and Tips

    - by Spooks
    I am looking for a tool that I can use to create sprite sheet easily. Right now I am using Illustrator, but I can never get the center of the character in the exact position, so it looks like it is moving around(even though its always in one place), while being loop through the sprite sheet. Is there any better tools that I can be using? Also what kind of tips would you give for working with a sprite sheet? Should I create each part of the character in individual layers (left arm, right arm, body, etc.) or everything at once? any other tips would also be helpful! thank you

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  • Tips/Process for web-development using Django in a small team

    - by Mridang Agarwalla
    We're developing a web app uing Django and we're a small team of 3-4 programmers — some doing the UI stuff and some doing the Backend stuff. I'd love some tips and suggestions from the people here. This is out current setup: We're using Git as as our SCM tool and following this branching model. We're following the PEP8 for your style guide. Agile is our software development methodology and we're using Jira for that. We're using the Confluence plugin for Jira for documentation and I'm going to be writing a script that also dumps the PyDocs into Confluence. We're using virtualenv for sandboxing We're using zc.buildout for building This is whatever I can think of off the top of my head. Any other suggestions/tips would be welcome. I feel that we have a pretty good set up but I'm also confident that we could do more. Thanks.

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