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How to Make a Slow, Insecure, Buggy WordPress Site

“You want to use WordPress? It’s hopelessly slow!” “It’s full of bugs!” “Say goodbye to your security!” You’ll hear these complaints a lot. The people who say these may just be trying to impress you with how much they know. But this much is true: It isn’t hard to build a poorly written WordPress site … Read more

Tax Tips for Agencies in 2018

Agencies are always looking to have the cleanest financials with the most profitability, at least ones that enjoy staying in business. The new tax law will have a major impact on corporate profitability, giving companies a lot more flexibility. At the same time, there are many existing tax breaks and loop holes to take advantage … Read more

My First Bureau of Digital Owner Summit

Even before starting Ndevr I knew of Bureau of Digital’s Owner Camp, and many recommended we go to either the camp or summit. The first year in business we had no money then with Owner Summit 2017 there was a scheduling conflict, so I made it a priority to attend this year. I’m not going to leave … Read more

Four ReactJS Training Videos

If you find videos useful in learning programming technologies, and if you’re looking to learn React.js, lots of choices are available. The best ones combine a video presentation with a link to a code repository, so you can review and try out what’s presented. The most instructive videos aren’t always the most polished ones. Developers … Read more

How to Manage Your Application Logs

Application logs hold valuable information. They can reveal a security breach or disclose attempts at one. They can provide an early warning of poor performance. Studying them might show that more disk space or a bigger memory allocation is necessary. Sometimes they’ll reveal unauthorized or excessive usage. But they’re a pain to manage. Logs are … Read more