B2B Computer Programming

Business 2 Business Software Solutions

There is a lot of money to be made in programming B2B third party JavaScript. After teaching myself the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, I am ready to start building applications that will solve enterprise problems. The main goal is to build something that company “A” buys or uses in their interface and it forces companies “B” and “C” in the same sector to buy that same widget or they will be left behind. A great B2B example of disruptive tech is DocUSign. This secure, mobile, eSignature software enables businesses to complete agreements from any device at anytime. Before this software solution businesses had to fax paper agreements, and if any checks or signatures were missed the contract is void and would have to be sent again. DocUSign engages both parties on a cloud platform and the agreement is only sent when all checks and signatures have been confirmed. B2B software solutions like DocUSign are where the money is at.(Starting at $22.92 USD per user per month) It solved a simple enterprise problem and business transactions globally are more efficient and effective because of it.

Third party software applications, widgets, and plugins are scalable to many industries. I am going to build one that can be used in any country, at anytime, on any device.

PulpTechCompanies

For whatever reason:

  • Box Inc.
  • Compound Photonics
  • Cloudxtension
  • Crittercism
  • Digitaloptics Corporation
  • Duracell Powermat Technologies
  • Forescout Technologies
  • Franklin Wireless
  • Freescale Semiconductor
  • GCT Semiconductor, Inc.
  • GE Energy Storage
  • Glympse
  • GT Advanced Technologies
  • Guavus
  • Infinite Peripherals
  • Surfeasy Inc
  • Interdigital
  • Invensense, Inc.
  • Inventit Inc.
  • Jasper, Wireless, Inc.
  • JPL NASA
  • Juniper Networks
  • Keynote Deviceanywhere
  • Koamtac
  • Lifeproof
  • Liquipel
  • Ludei
  • Manageengine
  • Montavista Software
  • Neptuno
  • Nexage
  • Novatell Wireless
  • Oplink Communications
  • Preventice
  • Qnovo Corporation
  • Quantance
  • RFMD
  • Ruckus Wireless
  • Sandisk Corporation
  • Sonim Technology

The easiest way to buy Bitcoins with US Dollars

So you want to buy some Bitcoins? Cool. Not a bad idea. They are a relatively new technology and I am sure there will be some great opportunities and stories that come from this digital cryptocurrency. Good Luck.

The most efficient and effective way to buy Bitcoins with US Dollars:

1. Acquire some capital and open up a U.S. Bank Account. (Wells Fargo, Citi, Chase)

2. Go to Coinbase and create an account.

3. Connect your US Bank Account to your Coinbase Account and purchase the amount of Bitcoins you would like in US Dollars.

Your transaction will take around a week to complete.

Account 2 Account Payment services that allows users to move money:

You can keep your Bitcoins in an online wallet using BlockChain

  • You can store multiple web wallets in this site

This stuff is international. I am going to build a few business models around it.

BitCoins + WiFi + Solar Synergy

Imagine paying for WiFi through your solar panel with a digital cryptocurrency. This is the first draft of what I am developing for geo graphical markets just entering the digital world.

This works inverse aswell. Imagine paying your solar bill by offsetting some of your WiFi.

I am developing a program where people are going to be able given incentive to create a better urban operating system for themselves, and get paid for doing it.

Summertime

After the best 6 months of my life in Europe, I am back home in California. I got back from Barcelona around 3 weeks ago. I turned 21 years old, it is the middle of summer, and I am going to be returning to the University of Arizona in the Fall.

I am still very active in tech research and I am currently teaching myself how to computer program. I have basic HTML down. I have finished my category of CSS but probably could learn more about it. I am just starting to get into JavaScript and JQuery. My resources are:

Basically I want to be able to build whatever I want using computer programming. I am not working any type of internship at the moment but I am definitely keeping busy. I am interested in:

  • WiFi
  • BitCoin
  • Solar Energy
  • Mobile Payments
  • Computer Programming
  • International Business
  • QR Codes
  • Tech Startups
  • Network Marketing

I am learning Portuguese right now via www.Duolingo.com. They have an awesome app as well. I speak English and Spanish. I am probably going to go to Brazil next summer for the World Cup.

I want to start a company that incorporates all of my interests above, and I can build a software solution that integrates all of them. It needs to be simple. I want to make money while I sleep. Low activity, high return.