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October 31, 2019
Remember the rush of the launch? Yeah the adrenaline and excitement are great. Too bad that keeping the thing you launched alive and relevant is so boring - unless boring is exactly what you should want.
October 11, 2019
I finally finished a book project. Three factors made it happen. One, I wrote at four in the morning. Two, I wrote for my audience instead of myself. And three, I wrote it using Trello.
February 20, 2019
Web development can be a lot like driving in traffic. You’re inching along, making a little progress, but honestly not enough to get you there before you’ve spent an all-nighter on the highway in the snow. Instead of turning back like a sane person, you press on. I mean hey, you have already invested this much time right?
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.
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.
July 16, 2016
Building, maintaining and most importantly, monitoring a Node JS application as a hub for your organization’s API integrations.
October 29, 2015
ExpressionEngine 3 came out a couple of weeks ago. I’m really enjoying working with it as we update our addons. There is a new part of the architecture that EllisLab is calling Services. We’ll get technical and talk about a highlight in this blog post.
October 15, 2015
ExpressionEngine 3 was just recently released. We have been preparing our plan for compatibility upgrades.
September 28, 2015
One of my favorite things to do is to talk clients out of overbuilding their web applications. Here’s a fun story of how that approach worked particularly well.