Developer Tools Archive

Hackathons for the Enterprise

The word “hackathon” may conjure images of a group of programmers huddled around glowing screens, pounding out code 24–7 over a long weekend — empty Red Bulls and pizza boxes strewn about. This couldn’t be further from the truth! Hackathons can and do exist in today’s

Risks of Using Your Registrar’s DNS Hosting

Before we jump into the meat of this article, let’s first make sure we all understand the difference between DNS hosting and registration. Background (skip if you understand how DNS and web hosting work) When you buy a domain name, you will purchase it

Hosting Raja: Leading Company in Hosting field

If you are a blogger & webmaster from India than this article can benefits your online business. In this post, I am going to review one of the reliable web hosting companies in India “Hosting Raja”. To some of the bloggers & webmaster, this

Why we use Pantheon for our hosting and development

At BT48 we standardised on Pantheon for our development and hosting almost three years ago. Since then that decision has transformed our development workflow and as a result we have developed a robust methodology for developing, maintaining and supporting our client sites.​ Pantheon ensures your website will

Planning for WalkInto Product Subscriptions.

We are putting together last touches for the commercial tools you will need to use WalkInto in a PAID mode. This note is to give you a heads up on what to expect. Products, Plans and Pricing will be announced by Dec 15th, 2015. (There

How to Organize a Conference: 18 Amazingly Useful Tips

I’m a very lucky guy. Two reasons: Last summer, colleagues at Rackspace asked my company, Rosenfeld Media, to co-produce a conference on enterprise user experience. It was a great idea — why hadn’t this been done before?—and Rackspace has been incredibly supportive, providing (among many other things) the event’s

Create your own online course with WordPress

Want to create your own personal or Treehouse? If you have something to teach, the tools have never been better to create your own online course. The problem is that a lot of these new course hosting services are expensive. They start by charging you $130 / month