Managing Remote Offshore Software Development Teams
Working with remote teams seems like a daunting task, but really can be as efficient as managing an in house team. If managed correctly, this type of remote team model can be very beneficial to your business.
Introduction to MongoDB
“NoSQL” has been a big buzzword in recent years within web application circles…how can there be a database with no SQL?
WordPress Custom Post Types
Wordpress is an open source content management system that allows developers to create a wide array of plug-ins, themes and widgets. One of the core pieces in Wordpress is creating Custom Post Types. A Custom Post Type is an easy way to organize and create data that is stored in the database.
Laravel Homestead is a prepackaged Vagrant box and configuration that can be used for PHP development. The box itself includes all of the essentials for rapid web development.
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Maximize Your Conversion Rate
Many online stores are functionally sound, but ineffective at producing sales. The conversion rate of an eCommerce site is the rate at which its visitors become purchasers. An effective online store not only makes goods available, it promotes the desirability of those goods and encourages visitors to acquire them.
As a percentage of U.S. retail sales, eCommerce is growing and has been for many years.
Will your business be positively or negatively impacted by this trend?
High Performing Culture – Part Zero
Over the years I’ve learned the value of intentional, methodical choices as they relate to long-term business growth. More than ever, I supplement my intuition with process… and as a result, Endertech’s growth has accelerated, and so can yours!
How to Have a Successful Project – Part One – Preparation
We’ve executed hundreds and hundreds of projects at Endertech since our founding in 2000, and as I reflect upon all that experience, it occurs to me that our most successful projects have a few things in common.
According to the United States Census Bureau, eCommerce accounted for 8.3% of all U.S. retail sales in the 4th quarter of 2016. This activity represents $102.6 billion in goods and services, out of a total $1.2 trillion.
The Joys of Parameterization
We’ve all seen examples of parameterization. Database credentials are probably the most common example. Various scenarios may require that these be changed; a server move, a user/password change, or setting up a development environment. It’s easy to see how this is a best practice.