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Category Archives: Development

OpenRoad and Honeywell Named as Finalist for SIIA CODiE Awards

Honeywell Smartline is up for another technology award.

OpenRoad Brings UBC’s New Strategic Plan to Life Online

OpenRoad partners with the University of British Columbia to create a beautiful and responsive site for their new Strategic Plan.

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.