Monetary/Time Estimates: How will you know?
One of the biggest pain points in contract work, for both sides of the aisle, is time and monetary estimates.Read more.
Best of Both Worlds in Start-Up Tech
Top developers are what’s needed for start-ups. However, many start-ups simply do not have the necessary cash flow to hireRead more.
Where Business Meets Technology
I’ve noticed something quite subtle in my many years of advising clients and listening to business-oriented people describe their technology’sRead more.
Vetting A Technical Consultant – The Integrity Interview
Most non-technical entrepreneurs desiring to build a product in technology face a big conundrum – how do I hire aRead more.
Why Are Repositories (like GitHub and BitBucket) Needed?
To developers repositories like GitHub, BitBucket, Tortoise SVN, VSS, etc. are so ingrained in what we do every day thatRead more.
Basic Database Security Concepts
In the previous two articles, Basic Client-Side Security Concepts and Basic Server-Side Security Concepts we’ve seen how we can easilyRead more.
Basic Server-Side Security Concepts
Previously we talked about common client-side security hacks we should mitigate in Basic Client-Side Security Concepts. Server-side injections are alsoRead more.
Basic Client-Side Security Concepts
As mentioned in a previous article Front-end, Back-end and database-side – The Structure of an App, server architectures can getRead more.
What is an API and an SDK?
In web and mobile development you will encounter the terms API and SDK frequently. The term API will come intoRead more.
Front-end, Back-end and Database-side – The Structure of an App
Many of my clients and non-technical friends ask me to explain the typical jargon thrown around the web development industry.Read more.
How It’s Made – Websites
Before hiring a developer to build your project or even deciding to build it yourself, it is important to knowRead more.