Companies that find the greatest satisfaction with their online store have been careful to consider how their ecommerce platform will integrate with the business as a whole.
With the holidays coming up, company leadership thought it would be fun to gift staff with a token amount of bitcoin. A stroke of luck meant that our initial buy of $50 per person increased 70% in a matter of days.
Bullet journals may have a special appeal for developer/designer types. The opportunity to apply ordered logic in an analog environment, a framework for disciplined creativity, and the simple utility of the planning interface have made these journals hugely popular for lots of people, especially tech-creatives.
Don entered the Strange Loop: “This was my first year at Strange Loop, and I knew going in that the talks were going to cover a staggering array of topics. The hardest part by far was deciding which to attend.”
MageTitans is an event for developers, focused on providing information to help developers keep up-to-date on the Magento platform and ecosystem. Eric gives you the rundown on his experience at this year’s event.
Earthling’s application architect Steve Brudz talks about automated testing and shares his insights about how to get it as close to right as you can.
Making sure a website is accessible isn’t just a social (and oftentimes legal) responsibility, it is fundamental for any business or organization that wants to reach as broad an audience as possible.
The basis of the typo generator are its configuration options: Adam’s working state via a number of optional parameters such as how much coffee he’s had, how many Five Hour Energies he’s consumed, and how many employees are currently blocked.
There are many challenges to working on multiple projects at a time. In this short interview, Team Lead Dan G. talks about how he keeps the dev team organized.