How to Create a LinkedIn Company Page

Creating a LinkedIn Company Page::

To create a Company Page:

  1. Click the  Work icon in the top right corner of your LinkedIn homepage.
  2. Click  Create a Company Page.
  3. Enter your Company Name and choose a URL. All Company Page URLs will structured as linkedin.com/company/[YOUR COMPANY NAME].
    • While the name of your Company Page doesn’t need to be unique, the public URL for your page cannot be the same as one that exists on LinkedIn. LinkedIn members and search engines will use this unique URL to find your page.
    • Please review the Company Page URL requirements below.
  4. Check the verification box to confirm you have the right to act on behalf of that company in the creation of the page.
  5. Click the Create page button.
    • If you don’t have a confirmed email address associated with your LinkedIn account, you’ll be prompted to add and verify your email address.
    • A red error message may appear if your LinkedIn account has recently been created or you don’t have enough connections. Learn more about how to build your professional network.
  6. Click Get started on the welcome screen to begin editing your Company Page.

To create a Company Page:

  1. Click the  Work icon in the top right corner of your LinkedIn homepage.
  2. Click  Create a Company Page.
  3. Enter your Company Name and choose a URL. All Company Page URLs will structured as linkedin.com/company/[YOUR COMPANY NAME].
    • While the name of your Company Page doesn’t need to be unique, the public URL for your page cannot be the same as one that exists on LinkedIn. LinkedIn members and search engines will use this unique URL to find your page.
    • Please review the Company Page URL requirements below.
  4. Check the verification box to confirm you have the right to act on behalf of that company in the creation of the page.
  5. Click the Create page button.
    • If you don’t have a confirmed email address associated with your LinkedIn account, you’ll be prompted to add and verify your email address.
    • A red error message may appear if your LinkedIn account has recently been created or you don’t have enough connections. Learn more about how to build your professional network.
  6. Click Get started on the welcome screen to begin editing your Company Page.

Your Company Page URL:

  • Must contain at least one non-numeric character.
  • Can be a lowercase alphabet, numeric, hyphen, or Chinese, Japanese, or Korean (CJK) Unicode.
  • Must not include more than one consecutive hyphen (i.e. company–name) and can’t have a hyphen at the beginning or end (i.e. -company-name or company-name-).

Note: Any improper characters will be automatically replaced with a hyphen.

  • Must contain at least one non-numeric character.
  • Can be a lowercase alphabet, numeric, hyphen, or Chinese, Japanese, or Korean (CJK) Unicode.
  • Must not include more than one consecutive hyphen (i.e. company–name) and can’t have a hyphen at the beginning or end (i.e. -company-name or company-name-).

Note: Any improper characters will be automatically replaced with a hyphen.

To publish your Company Page, you must include a company description (250-2000 characters including spaces) and company website URL. Keep in mind that a preview of your Company Page is not available. When you publish the page, it is live on LinkedIn.com.

Once you’ve created a Company Page, we recommend sharing this information with other employees at your company, such as your Human Resources department, and adding additional admins to the page, in case an admin loses access to the page or leaves the company in the future. LinkedIn can’t provide Company Page admin information to members or replace or remove admins.

 

 

Source:
–  https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/710/creating-a-linkedin-company-page?lang=en
–  https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/answer/28406

 

What is Solidity?

What is Solidity?

Solidity is a programming language for writing smart contracts which run on Ethereum Virtual Machine on Blockchain. It is an object-oriented, high-level language whose syntax is similar to that of JavaScript and it is designed to target the Ethereum Virtual Machine. Being a Decentralized Technology, it is complicated to understand or program. To solve this problem we have organised this training to help you understand and learn Solidity in few hours starting from very basics.

Solidity is a contract-oriented programming language for writing smart contracts. It is used for implementing smart contracts on various blockchain platforms.

Example of a Solidity program:

contract GavCoin
{
  mapping(address=>uint) balances;
  uint constant totalCoins = 100000000000;

  /// Endows creator of contract with 1m GAV.
  function GavCoin(){
      balances[msg.sender] = totalCoins;
  }

  /// Send $((valueInmGAV / 1000).fixed(0,3)) GAV from the account of $(message.caller.address()), to an account accessible only by $(to.address()).
  function send(address to, uint256 valueInmGAV) {
    if (balances[msg.sender] >= valueInmGAV) {
      balances[to] += valueInmGAV;
      balances[msg.sender] -= valueInmGAV;
    }
  }

  /// getter function for the balance
  function balance(address who) constant returns (uint256 balanceInmGAV) {
    balanceInmGAV = balances[who];
  }

}

 

Development platform availability:
– Remix, the official Solidity IDE
– Microsoft Visual Studio[23][24]
– ConsenSys Enterprise[15]
– Tendermint on Microsoft Azure by PWC[3]
– ErisDB by AWS[3]
– Hedera, Hedera hashgraph platform supports smart contracts written in Solidity

 

source:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solidity