Engineering Blog

  1. Why You Should Be Concerned About WordPress Security (and what to do about it)

    KJ Prince

    October 9, 2016

    Like any open source software WordPress benefits from a community of developers who audit, inspect, and approve the entire codebase. Still, security is a concern—here’s how you can secure and harden your WordPress installation.

  2. How Technology Helped Donald Trump Win the 2016 Presidential Election

    KJ Prince

    January 12, 2017

    Technology played a key role in the recent president election. Here we’ll take a look at the tech stacks of each candidate and try to reverse engineer Donald Trump’s victory.

  3. Agile Development: Simplify Your Daily Standup With This Dead Simple Technique

    KJ Prince

    October 9, 2016

    If you use an agile development methodology like scrum you probably perform a daily stand up. Here’s a dead simple way to simplify your daily stand up if you work with a remote team.

  4. Performance Optimization: Boost Conversion Rates, Acquire More Traffic, and Improve UX

    KJ Prince

    October 9, 2016

    Let’s face it, speed matters. When it comes to your website, the first thing your visitors will notice is how fast the website loads. Every millisecond counts when it comes to conversion and customer experience—that’s why we wrote this guide on performance optimization.

  5. WordPress in the Enterprise: Why You Should Adopt the World’s Most Popular CMS

    KJ Prince

    October 9, 2016

    There’s no shortage of content management systems running enterprise grade websites, but there’s only one that can claim it powers more than 25% of the web. Here’s why you should consider using WordPress to run your website.

  6. How Modern Development Processes Create Superior Outcomes For Less Money

    KJ Prince

    October 9, 2016

    Does you development team still use ancient workflows, individual processes, and old-school technologies? Learn how modern development workflows and unified procedures improve delivery times, decrease costs, and produce better outcomes.