Development Articles

The Internet Is Just Getting Started

2/24/21

We’ve only begun to scratch the surface of what is possible with technology. Internet opportunities aren’t like a gold rush, where the wealth creation is limited by supply that is drying up, a more accurate metaphor is how electricity enabled ongoing innovation for more than 100 years. This idea was first promoted by Jeff Bezos. Read More: The Internet Is Just Getting Started

The Successful Non-technical Founder

2/2/21

Have you ever found there isn’t “an app for that?” I hope you’re reading this because, like me, you increasingly see more and more opportunities where you could leverage the internet to solve business problems. Opportunities like:  “Paper? You want me to fill this out on paper?”  “What if we could see real-time data on Read More: The Successful Non-technical Founder

Beautiful Stock Photos

5/14/20

I’m often in search of the perfect picture or graphic for a new site and I’ve compiled a decent list of sources over the years. I’m creating this page to make it easier for me to share these. I’ve tried to list these options from most expensive to least. Website Estimated Cost Notes Pixabay $0/pic Read More: Beautiful Stock Photos

Dang it Jim. You’re a CEO, Not a Web Developer!

Author: Ben B. 6/29/19

If you’re a Star Trek fan, you already know where this is going. “I’m a doctor, not an engineer!” screamed Dr. Leonard McCoy in the original series of Star Trek. That iconic phrase spawned many repeats and for good reason. It is the expression of being called to do something that is outside of your Read More: Dang it Jim. You’re a CEO, Not a Web Developer!

The RemoteFlow Branching Model: A Guide to Continuous Deployment for Remote Teams

Author: Ben B. 4/25/19

In the evolving world of software development, maintaining code quality and ensuring seamless deployments are paramount. The RemoteFlow Branching Model offers a solution tailored for remote teams. Dive in to understand its mechanics and benefits. We’ve used multiple other branching models with some success, including the Gitflow branching model but there is a better way Read More: The RemoteFlow Branching Model: A Guide to Continuous Deployment for Remote Teams

Unleash The Internet With Buink

Author: Ben B. 3/11/19

Buink can help you unleash the power of the internet (via a website, web application, api, or mobile app) and help your business scale (via both technology and workforce) with superior quality code (readable, forward thinking, minimal, intelligent), at a competitive price (even in a global market), and in a transparent, honest way. We’re code Read More: Unleash The Internet With Buink

Won’t Plugins/Packages Help Reduce The Cost of My Website?

Author: Ben B. 2/8/19

So, websites are expensive. What can be done to lower the price? Plugins? Packages? Open source? I had a call with a potential client yesterday, we’ll call him Joe. Joe asked about a site that was essentially a mix between Yelp and Reddit for a niche market. He wanted a “quick quote” on something like that. Not Read More: Won’t Plugins/Packages Help Reduce The Cost of My Website?

Principles and Guidelines For Contributors

1/7/19

The following Principles and Guidelines are outlined to help new contributors get up to speed quickly. The original title for this post was “New Contractor Training” and the purpose is still very similar. Principles Principles are fundamental propositions that can serve a foundation for a system of behavior. In other words, these principles will help Read More: Principles and Guidelines For Contributors

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