Ready? Set? Deploy?

Introduction The big day has finally come. After months of planning meetings, design iterations, and development efforts, your web application is ready for laun
March 16, 2020

The Database Dilemma: Part 2

If you missed it, in Part 1 we glossed over some of the benefits and limitations associated with the two prevailing database paradigms, relational and non-relati
February 19, 2020

The Database Dilemma: Part 1

One of the many things we love about the software world is how frequently new frameworks, languages, or tools will swoop into the scene and offer up new approach
January 29, 2020

Websites vs Web-Based Software

Are any of the following true for you? You're about to hire someone to help you with a web project of some kind. You work for a company with an online pres
December 14, 2018

MVP is a Relative Term

We talk to a lot of potential clients who have heard or read about the concept of a Minimum Viable Product (MVP). Thanks to the lean startup methodology, startin
April 27, 2018

Building Without an Architect

You wouldn't build a home without first hiring an architect. If you wouldn't build a home without an architect, you're doubly unlikely to build a commercial offi
September 23, 2014

The Problem with Google Chrome

By now you may have heard that Google has released its own web browser called "Chrome." While more competition in a market is usually a good thing for consumers,
October 22, 2008

Google Announces Payment Service

Google Checkout is now live. The service is something of a PayPal competitor but depending on whose analysis you read it may or may not directly compete. From wh
June 29, 2006

Google Calendar is Now Available

Google's much anticipated calendar program is now available (although still in Beta). As you might expect, Google Calendar is free, fast, and well integrated int
April 13, 2006