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Will it ever be finished? Continuous software development

Software development cycle

I’ve worked in software development for a few years. I once was responsible for Software Configuration Management for a system where, after auditing t...

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Raising Your App Is Just Like Raising a Child

Mobile App Development

For many development teams, the release of the application is comparable to having a baby for a couple, but it doesn’t finish with the birth and a ban...

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Work-Life Balance …. in the New Normal!

Work Life Balance

Over the past few decades, “Work-Life Balance” has become a hot topic for a lot of us, and describes how we should balance our work and our career whi...

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What you need to know about Drupal 7’s End-of-Life

Drupal 7 end of life

Drupal announced on June 24, 2020, that they are extending the end-of-life for Drupal 7 until November 28, 2022. Originally, this had been scheduled f...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: Marketing through Sponsorships

Sponsorships

I’m sure all of you who own a business have been asked for free goods or services for some cause or another. When business is good and cash isn’t tig...

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Three things you can do right now to make your WordPress website more accessible

ADA Compliance

There’s a lot of blog posts and guides online about “ADA compliance” or “accessibility requirements” for websites, and you may wonder what the fuss is...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: The Power of Tribe

women in business

Women have opportunities that we have never had before. Doors are being opened and it’s our responsibility to walk through them and hold them open for...

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Tips for Account Management During a Pandemic

Account Management

Account management during a pandemic can be challenging. Many of my clients are in a holding pattern or furloughed entirely. But there are things we ...

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Short term tactics can make long term technical debt

Technical debt

My favorite class in business school was about business strategy. It met late on Thursdays, not wrapping up until 10 pm. As we finished our study of e...

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Lessons from an Entrepreneur: Vendors – the Good and the Bad

Women vendor meeting

Throughout the years, we have worked with a lot of vendors and service providers, but a couple have made a larger than normal impression. I have an e...

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