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Velocity Rebooted

Posted by Velocity Webworks

We’re announcing today that there’s been a change in ownership for Velocity Webworks.  As you may know, we were acquired by iGlobal Stores last year, a provider of international e-commerce software.  Yesterday iGlobal and I made the decision to spin out Velocity Webworks completely as an independent company.  My coworkers and I are no longer employed […]

7 Ways to Tell if a Programmer is ON FIRE

Posted by John Leith

Concerned that maybe your programmer is losing his spark? Maybe you write code and want to know how you can reach the next level? Or maybe you read the article on the 5 year plateau. Here are a few ways to tell if a programmer still has the passion to make great things: The programmer… […]

How to Make More Sales on Your Website

Posted by JennR

You’ve Got the Traffic, but Now What? So many people focus on getting high ranking for keywords and getting traffic, but once you get it, do you know what to do with it? The Answer Lies in SEO, Right? SEO is great at getting traffic and rankings, but many SEO companies stop there. They can’t […]

7 Tips for Handling Errors Gracefully

Posted by Adam

In the world of software, a lot can go wrong—especially if the software is complex and/or depends on third party services. It’s important that your software is prepared to withstand issues that could arise. Here are some tips that can help: 1. Always Have Logic in Place to Handle Errors This may seem obvious, but […]

Software that Sells

Posted by Bryson Thornock

Many times we have eureka moments, and think of a great software idea that solves a problem we have.  I would like to share a thought that will help all those software entrepreneurs develop software that sells.  When we have these moments, often the first reaction is to think of all the cool features *we’d* […]

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 […]