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Category Archives: Development

Thinking Ahead: The evolution of content management—the Decoupled CMS

Learn about the benefits of this emerging content management trend.

Beyond Competency Tests & Riddles: Hiring People with Real-World Skills

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The topic of hiring is frequently discussed in the tech community. It’s a seller’s ma…

Your Own Private Cloud (PaaS) – Part II: Converting an existing Django App to run on Stackato

How easy is it to take an existing Django application that was not architected for a PaaS environment and port it to run on Stackato? See the steps.

Web Video for the Rest of Us

This post originally appeared on Mod7.com. Mod7 is now a part of OpenRoad Communications

Your Own Private Cloud – Part I: Understanding PaaS (Platform as a Service)

Note: This is part 1 of a two part series on deploying to private cloud environments. Also s

6 Tips to Minimize Web Security Vulnerabilities

2013 has been a tough year already for web security vulnerabilities. Find out how you can avoid becoming a victim of a security exploit.

Converting Your Website to Responsive Design – Part IV

Pinder wraps up his 4 part series on Responsive Design with some great tips and tricks.

Converting Your Website to Responsive Design – Part III

In Part 3 of our Responsive Design series, Pinder focuses on becoming responsive by optimizing code for display on a variety of browser and mobile screen widths.

Converting Your Website to Responsive Design – Part II

In Part 2 of Converting Your Website to Use a Responsive Design, Pinder Johal walks through using ZURB's Foundation framework.

Converting Your Website to Responsive Design – Part I

Learn how to convert your existing website into one that uses Responsive Design in this multi-part blog series.