GIT For Non Developers, Part II

Our experience as a team, after implementing our version control best practices with Git has been an amazing one. After writing a first post on Git for non-developers, we decided on a continuation, to share with our community how using Git has enabled us to deliver higher value for our clients.

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Thank You for 2014, Welcome to 2015

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Options in the cloud: INetU vs Rackspace

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.NET Goes Open Source

 

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Technologies We Use: Umbraco, a CMS (Content Management System)

Choosing a content management system (CMS) for your website can be a difficult process that could keep you changing your mind between the many solutions available. This can be down to features provided, the pros and cons of each system, and the cost of building and hosting the solution. However, the question you should always ask yourself while considering CMS is the same: “What are we trying..

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Introduction to Software Projects Part I: Types of Projects

 

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Things We Know: Introduction to Database Maintenance Services

Here’s the thing with databases: their need to be updated and organized is so obvious, and that analogy of “databases are like libraries” is so fitting… yet there’s always that time when the terror arrives, and the questions are asked: where did everything go, and who organized this into a mess?

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Tools for Big Data Related to Marketing for Small Businesses

 

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Meet our Developers: Arístides Castillo

 

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Azure vs AWS :  comparison for small business owners

 

 

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