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3 Benefits of Dropping Support for Internet Explorer 8

Posted by Adam

Dropping support for Internet Explorer 8 may or may not be an option for you yet, depending on your target audience. If you review your website’s analytics and find that dropping support for Internet Explorer 8 is OK to do then get ready for some great benefits! 1. You Can Take Advantage of Extremely Useful […]

Design is a lifestyle

Posted by Velocity Webworks

This article was written by Jason Schallenberger, a web designer at Velocity.   I am a web designer at Velocity. What that means is I’m the one who uses photoshop to mockup the different things that we create. If you were to build a house you would probably be going over building plans to decide […]

Patch OpenSSL vulnerabilities with Ansible

Posted by Cody Heimberger

How we Patch OpenSSL Vulnerabilities As a systems administrator part of my job is to ensure the security of many servers, and the services that run on them. Occasionally the maintainers of various open source software packages find a vulnerability, for which they’ll provide a patch. You may recall a vulnerability nick-named “Heart Bleed” discovered last […]

The Water Battery

Posted by Kyle Eardley

Energy and energy storage have always been a major issue for people. In the distant past people had very limited ability to store energy. More or less the only method they had was to cut fire wood, dry it and then burn it when needed. This form of energy storage has obvious limitations. In the […]

A Useful Tool to Manage Email

Posted by Katie

In today’s busy world, organization is key to keeping on top of all of the Projects, the lists, the appointments, and the day-to-day activities that we have going on in each of our lives.  I have found myself constantly searching for ways to improve my productivity and organizational skills. Here is a short excerpt about […]

Offlining a Django Website

Posted by Bryson Thornock

For a beginning developer it can be intimidating to be tasked with offlining a Django website.  To ease your worry I will detail a design idea that you should understand to make your journey less painful. A good question to ask yourself is what will I be losing when there is no connection to my Django […]

Avoiding Git Merge Commits with Rebasing

Posted by Ridley Larsen

Let’s talk about Merge Commits. Inevitably, this error will happen to everyone (if it hasn’t many times in the past): git push origin master # To # ! [rejected] master -> master (non-fast-forward) # error: failed to push some refs to ‘’ # To prevent you from losing history, non-fast-forward updates were rejected # […]

5 Tips for Making Your Website Mobile-Friendly

Posted by Adam

Browsing the web should be an enjoyable experience for all users of all device types. Users can get frustrated when a website is difficult to use on a mobile device, so it’s important that your website is mobile-friendly. These five tips will give you a great start. Don’t Make the User Zoom and Pan If […]

Three Reasons to Use Small Automated Deploys!

Posted by Velocity Webworks

In this article there is no difference between the process of deploying and releasing. There are tools that will separate these two events which I do not cover in this post. One thing that a lot of developers and IT departments don’t utilize is small, automated deploys. This is wonderful to have when writing and […]

Dixie Code Camp 2014

Posted by Velocity Webworks

“Unlimited power may be available when two or more [people] coordinate their minds and deeds in a spirit of perfect harmony for the attainment of a definite purpose.” -Napoleon Hill If you’ve ever been to Code camp you’ll see first hand the power that comes from a team of minds working together. Code Camp is […]