I tried to register but it said the form expired
lol you are late to the party bryanfod. Only 4 more days to go now
The weather was terrible throughout last week, snow/rain, sometimes a bit of both, but I had a couple of good runs all the same
Here’s some pics from my runs. Couldn’t always run especially when it was raining so on those particular days, I’d just walk instead.
Good interview, there’s a few things in there I didn’t know already so thanks Sam!
The ending note is my favorite :
Finally, have you got any advice for entrepreneurs thinking about starting their own businesses online? Absolutely, start small and jump in! There’s a ton to learn, and lots of ways you can go wrong. But the best way to learn entrepreneurship is by doing it, so you may as well get started.
Couldn’t have asked a better question. I agree, the best way is by doing it
Followed everybody following back
FinalDestiny saidI like blue it matches my avatar color
I hate this blue. Other than that, it’s cool, I like it. But I’d really love to see this blue changed to something else.
haha I must agree. Loving the blue, found common grounds with my avatar as well
Well done guys, keep up the awesome work!
There aren’t too many free options, other than ayende’s rhino licensing library :https://github.com/ayende/rhino-licensing
The generated key itself is an xml file containing the key and potentially you can include personal information eg: Buyer full name to discourage users from sharing the key
It also includes an admin tool ( a client app ) you can run to generate license files etc. You should also be able to generate the license key serverside easily using the client tool as reference, which will enable you to autogenerate a license key for validated purchases of your application.
You’ll have to go through the source code or look for an online tutorial to help you get started.
Well written piece of code though, using it in one of my products! Good stuff
Font-awesome and jQuery are both MIT licensed and there is nothing special you need to do. They already have attribution in their respective source code files ( *.js and *.css ).
As for LESS, it’s licensed under the Apache 2.0 license, which does not put restrictions on your usage but you are required to provide formal attribution. A good place to provide this attribution is in your products profile page, just include a line stating that your project uses the LESS project which is Apache 2.0 licensed.
End of the day, we’ll each have 3,471,358 followers. We’re all going to be celebrities
Actually the information itself is precious. That means, if the rating comment helps the author to realize his/her item is already fine and the low ratings are just random expressions, then the author can stop worrying about framework / construction / way of production and proceed the next products in the same way. That’s actually the primary benefit we get by knowing buyer feedback, along with low ratings. Refunding / trying to remove ratings etc are too much for our precious time. 4 Star average means ‘great’ in my dictionary. Similar to anti-biotics, any effort towards fighting with unreasonable ratings will eventually cause more / unpredictable vulnerabilities in the future. So just leaving those ratings untouched is the only good thing we can do – as long as we have other gains.
+1 Most sensible comment!