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  Mitchell Kimbrough

How To Integrate Craft Commerce with Sage 100: Part 2

October 18, 2017

You don’t have to worry, that Hori Hori (Dig Dig) tool is on its way to you straight from the Barebones Living warehouse. We made it look easy, but trust us when we say it wasn’t! Let’s pick up where we left off in Part 1 and see how the discovery process unfolded.

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How To Integrate Craft Commerce with Sage 100: Part 1

October 18, 2017

Okay, so imagine you need a Hori Hori really badly. I mean really, really badly. You know, Hori Hori, “Dig Dig” in Japanese! You need that killer garden tool for digging, cutting, weeding, planting, breaking up root balls, all that.

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How To Provide Wholesale Pricing In Craft Commerce

May 4, 2017

Your client sells physical goods on the web. At the last minute you realize that they want to offer special wholesale pricing only to those customers who qualify. That sounds gnarly. But good thing they chose to use Craft Commerce as their platform. Here’s how to build wholesale pricing into Craft Commerce.

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The Greatest Generation AKA The IDGAF Generation

April 22, 2017

Yesterday I had my car into the dealer for a service. In walks an older gentleman and we spark up a conversation. Mind you, I’m also getting on in years so I usually just start talking out the side of my neck and hope for the best. He was nearly 90. He was a dyed in the wool, bonafide, card carrying member of Tom Brokaw’s Greatest Generation. You’ll know why if you read on.

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Your Cold Brew Coffee is BS: Or Seneca on Stoicism

July 26, 2016

Ok so Solspace writes code. Code does not get written without caffeine. And unless you are a circus animal, you get your caffeine from the only respectable source on the planet, coffee beans. Your local boutique coffee house is trying to convince you that you need to buy a $4.50 cold brew every afternoon so that your JS variables don’t degrade into BS variables. But they are full of it. Lemme school you.

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So wait, this Node JS app is just going to sit there and run, like, forever?

July 16, 2016

Building, maintaining and most importantly, monitoring a Node JS application as a hub for your organization’s API integrations.

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Update to our Solspace Software Support Policy

July 13, 2016

First, I want to sincerely thank our loyal customers for their past purchases of Solspace software. We build ExpressionEngine and Craft add-ons with pride and we are grateful that you have been willing to pay for our work.

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How to Attach Records to Stuff in NetSuite using the SuiteTalk Webservice Thingy

May 5, 2016

I just finished a few hours of fighting with the NetSuite API, SuiteTalk, on attaching files to contact records. Google could find nothing of use to help me. So here’s a blog post that Google can show to the next poor soul who is about to go through what I just did.

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The Difference Between Bob Marley and Bobby McFerrin: Also, Walking Slowly is Important

April 18, 2016

There may or may not be an a cappella solo from me at the end of this blog post.

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Spinning Up a Craft CMS Development Site on Amazon EC2

April 6, 2016

You just took on a new client. They have a lot of work for you to do. During the kick-off call they ask you if you are going to be working on their live site. You tell them, “Naw, there’s no need for that. We’ll just spin up a quick Amazon EC2 instance and do our development over there. That way we don’t break anything on your production site.” Now you sound like a pro; confident, capable, experienced and relaxed. Read on for a tutorial on how to get Craft CMS running up on AWS.

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