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POSTED 11/16/2010 by Jonathan Lambert

In the past year, we've worked with a number of fantastic clients. One of the things we've seen repeatedly is a desire by some clients to do work that is a "port" of the existing site to Drupal technologies. This is often not the right approach.

POSTED 5/28/2010 by Aaron Stewart

Over the course of our search for new developers for WorkHabit, I've often gotten a letter or message from Drupal Zealots large and small -- Drupal developers that were born and indoctrinated into the community and believe it's the best thing since sliced bread.

POSTED 5/25/2010 by Jonathan Lambert

Drupal as a framework doesn't always lend itself well to detailed specifications — and many projects try very hard to do them to "contain risk" and get "a clear and exact" deliverable.

POSTED 3/31/2010 by Kyle Browning

The agile approach is one a lot of people are becoming familiar with.

POSTED 9/13/2009 by Aaron Stewart
Like so many of us out there, I took the plunge last week and installed Snow Leopard. It purported many advancements, such as a completely rewritten finder and many other apps that take advantage of a better threading model and full 64 bit support.
POSTED 5/15/2009 by

Sometimes an afterthought, sometimes the only good-looking page on a site: registration pages are the heart and soul of user participation.

POSTED 4/7/2009 by Aaron Stewart

Inspired by an experience merging a rather large branch into trunk on a client project (which went surprisingly well, actually), as well as the now-famous Languages: Shooting Yourself in the Foot we present to you a rather comical view of the developer's best and worst friend: The revision control system.

POSTED 12/4/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

Ruven made a really great post about cloud interoperability today:

POSTED 12/2/2008 by Aaron Stewart
So during a routine project setup, we had a need to move a SVN repository hosted on Unfuddle to another provider (in this case, Beanstalk).
POSTED 10/24/2008 by
We just got finished installing floor to ceiling whiteboards around some of the offices and common spaces in the Sacramento office. Here's how you can do it without spending thousands of dollars on large whiteboards.
POSTED 9/1/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

It seems every year there is a trend that pops up that I didn't realized was "hip" until I read it in someone else's blog. Ajax was one of those trends, a 5-6 year old technology that just blew up overnight and became a phenomenon.

POSTED 8/18/2008 by Aaron Stewart

So a mild annoyance I found once switching over to Ubuntu. When in insert or replace mode, your arrow keys will stop working.

POSTED 8/5/2008 by

When I was in high-school, I worked at an office supply chain in the "Business Machines" department. I sold computers, adding machines, Palm Pilots (the first revision!), printers, cables, you name it.

POSTED 8/4/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

I'm writing this post to call attention to a new training event. It seems like Lullabot is once again on a training roll, with their new video and now a really interesting training event called Do It With Drupal.

POSTED 6/19/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

Finally, someone has written one of the most useful tools I've seen for IE debugging for CSS. In the author's words, IETester, "...

POSTED 6/5/2008 by Jonathan Lambert

One of our clients asked us how to structure their SVN repository, and it occurred to me that I haven't read anything about this online for Drupal-based projects, so I thought I'd blog it and see if we can get a dialogue going on best practices for larger projects.

POSTED 2/3/2008 by Jonathan Lambert
Just a quick update to let everyone know that our new website is now into it's production phase. We've been so busy with client projects for the last couple of months that we haven't had a single free resource to work on Internal projects, except for our Insidr intranet and AutoPilot.
POSTED 10/28/2007 by

I read an interesting article called "Why Flash is Mostly Bad". Since I began designing in flash years ago, I've become pretty familiar with the major pitfalls associated with designing in Flash.

POSTED 9/4/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

It's going to be an insanely busy month for us this month, and I wanted to let everyone know where we'll be in the hopes that you'll be there too.

POSTED 7/25/2007 by Jonathan Lambert

In the quickly lengthening history of the technology market, no strategy has been more pervasive among corporate management than the discount of original business ideas. I've heard a ton of variations on the theme, depending on which management guru you talk to, and which era you tune in on.