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GWT + PHP = Client + Server 
Much like GWT, I have been thinking about wrapping-up PHP in Java's toStirng() to manage our server-side PHP for a few months now. ...

Before I started yet another Open Source Project (something to complement PHP CRUD), today I am happy I discovered GwtPHP.

Like myself, all PHP CRUD enthusiasts should perhaps be planning to put GwtPHP thru its paces as time & availability permits... Feel free to let the rest of us know if you love it?

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p.s - Just in case you were wondering:

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LinkedIn: What causes a company to fail? 
(see "related link", below)

"No matter how we choose to define "failure", there seems to be three common causes:

(1) I believe that the number one reason why companies fail today is because few know how to recognize talent & promote from within. An MBA from Harvard is no substitute for a home-grown account who knows both your business model, as well as your industry. Also, unlike yesterday's "Peter Principle", another problem today is that someone who is competent at what they are doing is simply too valuable to promote?

(2) Next, companies stumble when they can no longer define, refine, support, and / or market a clear company (or business unit) mission statement.

(3) Finally, the inability to understand, obtain, and / or support pro-active mission support and / or delivery personnel is also far too common these days.

In retrospect, I also see that more "missions" than ever are failing simply because folks have far-outsourced their trust to cheap and / or inexperienced talent.

Yet in general, one typically only gets what one pays for. Indeed, well before our present problems with far-outsourced meltdown, 80% of all IT Projects failed. --Can anyone possibly expect that number to DECREASE when adding opposing languages, time-zones, cultures, as well as thousands of miles, into the mix?"

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Sharing a "Business Success" Secret (Before I forget It!) 
While I wish I said it first, when it comes to understanding the best key to financial success, the quote "find a need, fill a need" always comes to mind?

Honestly, in our time of social-media opportunities, perhaps none of us should be suffering from a cash-flow problem. --What we typically are suffering from is an idea and / or marketing problem? (even this post was inspired by a topic on LinkedIn - as per the "related link", below.)

I have recently seen an entire business-model thriving from simply providing the data behind justifiably putting a calculation to a single line of a tax-form (no joke!)

Hence in a service-oriented society such as ours, perspiration is great - but inspiration seems to be far too underrated!

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