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I was talking with a new client the other day who spends a lot of money on Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Search Engine Marketing (SEM) to try to get people to visit his online store. And yet his blog -- what search engines value most -- was on wordpress.com.
While Drupal is our primary focus here at Freelock, we've been experimenting with Ajax and rich client applications for a lot longer. The first time I used Ajax to populate a table of data was back in the days of Internet Explorer 5.5, circa 2001.
At Freelock, we've been adopting a pattern for git branch management called Git Flow. If you haven't run across git flow before, go check out this article to get the basic concepts: A successful Git branching model.
We're growing quickly at Freelock, and I've been interviewing candidates for a number of positions.
As we delve more and more into ways to make our customers' organizations run better, we keep an eye out for things we can do to make their jobs easier. One big problem lots of our customers have is out of date contact information for their customers, members, or audience.
I work for a company in the automotive tech industry ... as a Technical Editor for the Technical Service Bulletin team and decided that now that I know I'm capable of doing tedious work I should make a lateral move into the Information Technology industry. ... In your opinion, should I invest the time to learn Drupal?
Hi, Robyn, thanks for the question!
First of all, there are many different paths to becoming a professional software developer. So the quick answer is, yes --
Business Intelligence. Customer Relationship Management. Big Data. High Speed analytics. A/B Testing.
Will asks: I ... have been thinking about alternatives to QuickBooks. I sent these links to my bookkeeper but she has not used any of these. Do you recommend any of them, or is a “custom open source” option viable for me at this point? Are you familiar with any of these? http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-apps/five-alternatives-to-quickboo...
There is no chance you won't learn something important from reading this book.