Now in the spirit of sharing good cheer to our friends and partners in need, I have to take a minute to say a big THANK YOU to the services offered by Pingdom over the years. I’m always recommending to people that they sign up for your website monitoring plans, but I’m never making much… Continue reading My #1 Favorite Website Monitoring Tool
People ask me: Aaron but WHY do you love WordPress so much? Aaron is commonly asked The answer is because I have seen TOO many websites that take 2 years to build that get replaced by a Junior Developer and a $10,000 budget. I mean, it HURTS when you pour two YEARS of your time… Continue reading The Rise Of Low-Code App Development
Q: Do you think that you can build the website you want by going to Wix? A: Many people start that route, and then want more advanced features. Being able to give you a nice area to build some design ideas, allows us to work in parallel and can really optimize some workflows from the… Continue reading What do YOU want to build?
So I have a confession to make. I don’t USE Windows 10 as frequently as some people, and I barely used Windows 8, and I really only enjoyed a couple of features in Windows 7. I can honestly say that Windows Media Player was absolutely the greatest. It’s a shame that it is gone. Normally,… Continue reading Windows Server DFS
I ran into this quote today and I couldn’t help but share. WordPress.com claims that it powers 36 percent of the internet. The next closest competitor doesnt have more than 5 percent. This statistic puts it in more context: WordPress (WP) is the most popular content management system (CMS), holding 60.8% of the market share. https://helpdeskgeek.com/wordpress/how-to-change-your-wordpress-login-url-for-better-security/ Now… Continue reading WordPress runs 60.8% of the CMS market
When I worked on the Stock Exchange in Tacoma, it’s called Frank Russell, and they had this ‘Hub and Spoke’ architecture. Yes, it was an interesting concept. It basically changed the structure from having a bunch of Departmental Data-Marts to having a single enterprise-wide structure. One database was the HUB and the rest of the… Continue reading Why Choose WordPress? part 2