This week I’ve been learning all about Python 3.2 which, according to Wikipedia, is “a general-purpose, high-level programming language whose design philosophy emphasizes code readability. Python claims to combine ‘remarkable power with very clear syntax’, and its standard library is large and comprehensive.”. I don’t know about that but it seems ok to me although it has some unusual code formatting conventions.
I’ve been working on an advent calendar for Barclaycard over the past couple of weeks and it’s now finished. Take a look in my Flash Portfolio if you’re interested.
Final installment of the course concentrating on ‘Conversion’; or how to make full use of the new traffic created in previous weeks.
It’s time again for another dose of SEO and this week it’s all about ‘signalling value’ and how to convince Google that your site is worthy of a high ranking. Another cracking session from David.
Attended the Be Your Own SEO Consultant course run by <a href=”http://www.davidjamesross.co.uk” target=”_blank”>David James Ross</a> at the University of Derby Enterprise Centre. Very interesting first session and I’m hoping I’ll be able to use the information I learn to benefit my own and my clients websites.
..i’ll be working on a desktop app using Adobe Air & Flash. Eventually I want to run this on iOS too but v1 is for my desktop..
As soon as you begin to consider your work from a commercial perspective, you will be faced by one big question: How much should I charge for it? This session explores different ways at arriving at a price and includes exercises that will help you be clearer on your pricing.
Nobody will buy your work unless they know about it. But getting people’s attention is difficult in a world where they are bombarded with information and choices. This workshop explores the many ways of marketing and how to identify which will be most appropriate for your current situation and resources.
This session explores creativity, practice, motivation and what people want from self-employment. It will help you work out your own vision and identify what barriers you will need to overcome on the way to working for yourself.