El Manual de Teraexe

Comercio Internacional de Tecnología

¡Bienvenido a El Manual de Teraexe! El Manual de Teraexe es para todos aquellos que se están iniciando en el mundo del mercado internacional; en otras palabras, este pequeño libro fue escrito para aquellos novatos que quieren comenzar a expandir sus conocimientos en el campo de la importación/exportación. A diferencia de otros libros que brindan mucha información teórica, El Manual de Teraexe brinda de forma muy resumida los puntos más importantes que un importador/exportador debe conocer para comenzar a importar/exportar mercancía de un territorio a otro. Por ejemplo, en este pequeño tutorial, una persona aprenderá las diferentes formas para trasladar mercancía de un país a otro, bien sea por mar, tierra, o aire. Además de los métodos de transporte, un empresario también aprenderá a negociar los diferentes métodos de pagos para así llegar a un acuerdo y balancear los riesgos entre el importador y el exportador.

Author: Alvaro J. Gene
Fecha: 04/06/2017
Idioma: Español
Páginas: 72
Categoría: Negocios de Informática

 

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Learning about Financial Market

Why should you learn about financial market? Learning about financial market is one of the best ways to start making extra-money because an individual only has to learn a few investment strategies to start increasing his/her capital while he/she is maintaining his/her current job. In this tutorial, a newbie in the field of finances can expand his/her knowledge and start investing on different kinds of markets, such as the stock-market, bond-market, and commodity market.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1: The Stock Market
Chapter 2: The Bond Market
Chapter 3: The Commodity Market

 

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Book: Eric Sink on the Business of Software

Eric Sink on the Business of Software is a selection of the best and most popular essays from the author’s website. This insightful collection of essays explore the business concerns that programmers face during the course of their careers—particularly those programmers who are small independent software vendors.

Sink also covers issues like starting your own business, and then performing the hiring, marketing, and finances in a style that programmers understand, sprinkled with a touch of humor.

Table of Contents

  1. What Is a Small ISV?
  2. Whining by a Barrel of Rocks
  3. Starting Your Own Company
  4. Finance for Geeks
  5. Exploring Micro-ISVs
  6. First Report from My Micro-ISV
  7. Make More Mistakes
  8. Small ISVs: You Need Developers, Not Programmers
  9. Geeks Rule and MBAs Drool
  10. Hazards of Hiring
  11. Great Hacker != Great Hire
  12. My Comments on “Hitting the High Notes”
  13. Career Calculus
  14. Finding a Product Idea for Your Micro-ISV
  15. Marketing Is Not a Post-processing Step
  16. Choose Your Competition
  17. Act Your Age
  18. Geek Gauntlets
  19. Be Careful Where You Build
  20. The Game Is Afoot
  21. Going to a Trade Show
  22. Magazine Advertising Guide for Small ISVs
  23. Tenets of Transparency
  24. Product Pricing Primer
  25. Closing the Gap, Part 1
  26. Closing the Gap, Part 2

Professional WordPress Plugin Development

  • Chapter 1 An Introduction to Plugins
  • Chapter 2 Plugin Foundation
  • Chapter 3 Hooks
  • Chapter 4 Integrating in WordPress
  • Chapter 5 Internationalization
  • Chapter 6 Plugin Security
  • Chapter 7 Plugin Settings
  • Chapter 8 Users
  • Chapter 9 HTTP API
  • Chapter 10 The Shortcode API
  • Chapter 11 Extending Posts: Metadata, Custom Post Types, and Taxonomies
  • Chapter 12 JavaScript and Ajax in WordPress
  • Chapter 13 Cron
  • Chapter 14 The Rewrite API
  • Chapter 15 Multisite
  • Chapter 16 Debugging and Optimizing
  • Chapter 17 Marketing Your Plugin
  • Chapter 18 The Developer Toolbox

Envato (formerly Eden) operates a group of digital marketplaces that sell creative assets for web designers, including themes, graphics, video, audio, photography and 3D models.[3] It has over 1.5 million active buyers and sellers and over 8 million community members, along with over 5 million items for sale.[4] Its highest-trafficked marketplace, ThemeForest, is the 204th most visited site in the world according to Alexa.[5]

Envato was founded in 2006 by Collis Ta’eed, Cyan Claire, and Jun Rung.[6] It is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia.[7]

History

Collis Ta’eed, Cyan Ta’eed and Jun Rung founded Envato in 2006 in Sydney, Australia.[8] Initially started as a lifestyle business that would allow the founders to work and travel, Envato grew beyond the founders’ initial expectations, following the rapid growth trajectory typical of a successful tech startup.[9] The company now employs over 250 people, many of whom work from Envato’s head office in Melbourne, Australia.[10]

Prior to founding Envato, Ta’eed grew up in Papua New Guinea, eventually moving to Australia to study mathematics and computer science. While at high school he befriended Jun Rung who studied design at University. Rung introduced Ta’eed to design, which quickly became a passion. Ta’eed soon left behind mathematics and computer science to focus on graphic design, teaching himself via online tutorials, magazines and design books, an experience which would later provide the inspiration for Envato’s online learning service, Tuts+.[11]

Collis Ta’eed found work as a web designer and it was during this time that he met Cyan Ta’eed, a fellow graphic designer and eventual co-founder of Envato. The pair married. Soon after, Collis Ta’eed began selling Flash files on iStockPhoto, making around $400 a month.[12] It was from this experience that he developed the idea for FlashDen, a dedicated marketplace for Flash files. FlashDen became the first of what would eventually become eight marketplaces. Its name was changed to ActiveDen in 2009 after a trademark claim from Adobe.[13]

With no technical co-founder, the team hired a developer to build the initial version of FlashDen. Launching the business cost $90,000 in total, financed by credit card debt, borrowing from family, and freelancing on evenings and weekends.[10] The company’s first office was Cyan Ta’eed’s parents’ basement garage. Envato has remained bootstrapped since its founding,[14] despite repeated interest from VC firms.[15]

FlashDen launched in 2006. In 2007 Collis Ta’eed’s brother, Vahid Ta’eed, joined Envato as the fourth owner. Envato also launched Psdtuts+, a Photoshop tutorial website, and FreelanceSwitch, a blog about freelancing. In 2008 the company launched ThemeForest, a web templates and themes marketplace, and AudioJungle, a marketplace for stock music and audio.[4] In 2009 the company launched VideoHive, a marketplace for motion graphics, stock footage and video files, and GraphicRiver, a marketplace for stock graphics. In 2010, after several years of traveling, Collis and Cyan Ta’eed settled in Melbourne, Australia, to work alongside the company’s Melbourne-based development team.[10] The company also launched CodeCanyon in 2010, a marketplace for scripts and plugins. It launched PhotoDune, a stock photography marketplace, and 3dOcean, a 3D models and accessories marketplace, in 2011.

Since the launch of Psdtuts+ in 2007, Tuts+ has expanded to offer approximately 18,000 free tutorials on graphic design, web design, illustration, code, music, audio, video, photography, 3D, motion graphics, game development, computer skills, crafts, DIY and business.[16] In 2011 it added a monthly membership service which grants access to a library of video courses and technical eBooks.[4]

Envato launched Microlancer in 2013, a freelance services marketplace where buyers can purchase fixed-price services like logo design, illustration and WordPress customization. The product rebranded to Envato Studio in 2014.[4]

Overview

Envato’s network of sites and products includes Envato Market, Envato Studio, Envato Tuts+, Envato Sites and Envato Elements.

Envato Market

Envato Market offers digital assets for use in creative projects, with over 8 million digital products from a global community of over 6 million designers, developers, photographers, illustrators and video producers, operating across eight marketplaces in 200 countries [17][18]

ThemeForest

ThemeForest has themes and templates for websites on multiple platforms like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and Magento. In August 2014 it was listed in the top 100 of most visited sites in the world by Alexa,[19] the Amazon-owned web analytics firm. In December 2014, the top selling theme Avada reached 100,000 sales,[20]

CodeCanyon

CodeCanyon has plugins, scripts, and code for platforms and operating systems like WordPress, HTML5, PHP, Javascript, Bootstrap, iOS, Android. VideoHive has stock footage, motion graphics, After Effects and Apple Motion templates that assist with video production. AudioJungle has music and sound effects for projects like film, games, trailers, promotions, and podcasts. GraphicRiver has illustrations, icons, and templates for flyers, resumes, banners and presentations. PhotoDune has stock photos and images, with categories such as tech, business, food, travel, and fitness. 3DOcean has 3D models, textures, base meshes, and plugins to enhance games and animations.

On 21 September 2015, Envato announced the closure of ActiveDen, its first online marketplace (formerly FlashDen) [21]

Envato Tuts+

Envato Tuts+ offers online courses and tutorials on web development, design, illustration, photography, video, music and other digital courses. It has served over 250 million students since launch.

Envato Studio

Envato Studio is an online marketplace for digital services. It launched in April 2013 as Microlancer before becoming Envato Studio in April 2014.[22] Services include logo design, business and online marketing, WordPress, design and graphics, video and animation, eCommerce and CMS development, mobile and apps, and websites and programming. Freelancers set upfront pricing, scope and turnaround time for the services they offer.

Envato Sites

In November 2015 Envato launched Envato Sites in beta, a website builder that uses themes from Envato Market creators with an industry minimum subscription fee and also the ability to create a site without paying anything until the user chooses to make the site live.[23]

Envato Elements

Envato Elements is a subscription based market that allows agencies, designers, and professionals to easily acquire tools for their work such as Fonts, Graphics, Web and CMS Templates and more. Envato Elements was first mentioned on November 4, 2015 on a forum thread with the name “A New Opportunity for GraphicRiver authors”.[24] On December 23 of the same year, Envato launched a landing page for Envato Elements.[25]

Envato Hosted

Envato Hosted [26] is a monthly or yearly subscription service which allows users to choose a specific theme “look”, where look is basically the industry’s theme or department such as a Restaurant Theme instead of a Hospitality or Musician Themes instead of Art Themes. That allows users with low to no experience get a highly optimized theme based on their business. Envato Hosted is also an all in one package that offers WordPress Managed Hosting, Domain Purchase, Hosting Support, Hosting Migration (if prior hosting existed), Theme Installation, Full Automated Backup Support and 10% Discount at the services a user can acquire from Envato Studio. Envato Hosted was first introduced in November 2016 with a small number of themes participating the first launch but has since grown and by June 02 2017 Envato Hosted launched their new categorization system where more than 30 premium WordPress theme authors participate.

Envato Elements was given the nickname Netflix for Designers due to the fact that offers unlimited assets to designers with a subscription and also on a mission to stop unfair compensation to designers.[27][28][29][30]

Culture and Awards

Employer review website JobAdvisor named Envato “Australia’s Coolest Tech Company” in 2014.[31] The company was ranked 12th in the BRW Best Places to Work 2015 Study,[32] and 17th in the “Great Places to Work” Awards in Australia in 2016

Approximately 1/3 of Envato’s 250 staff are based outside of the company’s headquarters in Melbourne.[33] Staff can work anywhere in the world for up to three months as part of flexible working policies.[34]

Envato has made several high profile financial contributions to both open and closed source software projects, including Glotpress,[35] Ghost, Macaw, Rails.app, Pressgram, and Aesop.[36]

Envato was the first Australian startup to publicly release its gender diversity figures for technical roles.[37] In November 2015 Envato was named the “Coolest Company for Women” by careers website JobAdvisor.[38]

Co-founder Cyan Ta’eed was 2015 Telstra Victoria Business Woman of the Year.[39] and in 2016 recognised as one of Australian Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence.[40]

Envato was named third in the 2016 Tech Pioneers Top 50 for Australia and New Zealand [41] as well as being named Australia’s Coolest Company for Diversity [42]

Source:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Envato