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Practical Liferay Series: Liferay on AWS

Software Development, Software Solutions

By Robert Hall

This is the second in a series of discussions on Liferay deployment environments and other practical issues. In this discussion, we look at using Amazon Web Services for building Liferay environments.[...]

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Balancing the Door

Development Process, Software Development

Great things can be achieved with the judicious placement of a fulcrum. When properly utilized, a fulcrum allows massive objects to be effortlessly moved. This principle is what makes commercial fire doors so effective.[...]

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The Real Process Of SEO

Software Development, Software Solutions

By Christian Goetzman

Making a site SEO friendly is all about quality content and keyword research. Writing content around your targeted keywords, not just weaving keywords in, and then building high ranking links to[...]

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Go Ahead — It Really is Ok to Do It Your Way

Development Process, Software Development, User Experience, Software Solutions

Don't get stuck.

For all open-source CMS platforms or portals, there may be some preferred ways of doing things. Some libraries and methods may even be "invented" by the developers of these platforms in attempt to[...]

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Quick Conversion to SpringMVC Portlets

Software Development, Portal, Spring, Software Solutions

WANT MVC?

Are you still using plain vanilla portlets and want to catch up with the rest of the modern web development world? Then it's time to move on to using a Model-View-Controller framework. SpringMVC is one of the[...]

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Google & SEO, Today

Software Development

By Christian Goetzman

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No More Bolts

Development Process, Software Development

The horse and buggy is still a viable mode of transportation. Newer needs can be accommodated by adding horses and modifying the buggy. Of course just because something can be done doesn’t mean it should.When Java was[...]

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