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As a web developer specializing in writing WordPress code, a question I’m often asked is, “Should I purchase and use […]
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WordCamp Nashville, an annual conference focusing on all things WordPress, took place in mid-September this year. Although I’ve participated and […]
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I’m asked all the time from clients for new ideas for reaching their audiences. That’s to be expected; it’s much […]
Developers use frameworks to save time and avoid frustration. When it comes to communicating with non-technical folks, I’ve found that metaphor is an especially handy framework.
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I have been developing websites for nearly 15 years now. I have seen many trends come and go, but one […]
Can you build me a custom content management system? The quick answer is yes. The longer one is that we need to have a conversation about your needs.