Last night our washing machine stopped working. It's not old enough to be broken. The drain filter was clogged and since it didn't stink, I didn't notice until the whole system failed. I blame the bleach for covering up the problem.
It's almost imperceptible, like snow collecting on a roof, how tiny little website bugs or tiny little changes in project scope can add up to a great big sudden disaster. The best web developers know how to prevent these disasters.
Healthy confrontation is essential for teams to function effectively. If you cannot confront someone when they’re misaligned with the project goals, then you sanction and perpetuate dysfunction. It eventually costs everyone time and money.
Web development is only about one or two steps below rocket surgery in terms of the IQ points required to be any good at it.
I was on the phone yesterday with a prospective client who was determined to hire a single agency to handle ALL of their digital marketing work. I didn't make much progress in talking them out of it.
I've come to admire professionals and professionalism everywhere I find it. Never have I found it in greater abundance and in such dire need than during the California wildflire season of 2020. The fires came within half a mile from my little mountain neighborhood.
Solspace is seeking a talented and experienced web developer to join our outstanding team.
Planning a big site migration to Craft CMS 3? Read this overview guide to get some ideas of the broad strokes of what you should plan for.