Web Design, Web Development

The Content Dilemma – Executing and Scaling Your Campaigns

FacebookTwitterGoogleMail   The concept of Content Personalization is to show a customized message to the right person with the hypothesis that this will lead to higher revenue/engagement/[Insert KPI here].  The idea is solid and has been proven out at small scale but very few, if any, organizations are successfully executing.  As marketers, we’ve bought the […]

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Web Development

Developer Tea is the 10-minute Podcast for Webdevs

So many people are creating excellent podcasts that it’d be impossible to keep up with everything. This is especially true in the field of web design & development where information seems to change on a monthly basis. One of the shortest and most interesting podcasts is Developer Tea hosted by Jonathan Cutrell. He’s the directory […]

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Web Development

DevFreeCasts collects the best Free Screencasts for Developers

Screencasts are often the quickest and easiest way to learn about a new subject. An instructor can present info via video while also showing you how to perform certain tasks. Many premium-quality screencast services cost money – however DevFreeCasts is a stupendous compilation of free screencasts from all subjects. You can learn about topics ranging […]

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Web Development

The 10 Best Tools For Web Development this Autumn

Finding the right tool isn’t always the easiest of tasks. When it comes to tools and resources devoted to web development and graphic or web design, there’s an abundance available. However, not all of them are worth your time, while others could improve the quality of your work tremendously. We’ve taken it upon us to […]

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Web Development

JavaScripting is the online Reference of JavaScript Libraries

It seems like every month there’s a new dozens JavaScript libraries to keep up with. Open source has revolutionized the way we release code and publish online. How can anyone keep up with all these incredible libraries, plugins, and code repositories? A new reference site JavaScripting has the answer. It’s meant to be the complete […]

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Web Development

Generate Static Websites in Go with Hugo

The Hugo engine is a static website generator built on the Go programming language. It’s completely free and open source made for all types of websites and web environments. The Hugo homepage explains more about features and why developers may rely on such an engine. Here’s a brief explanation from the Hugo website: “Hugo is […]

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