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Employee Spotlight: Josh Rouwhorst

Posted by Josh Rouwhorst on May 23, 2018 3:11:00 PM

This week we're featuring an Employee Spotlight on one of our developers, Josh Rouwhorst. Keep reading to find out more about this quirky, fun, and interesting guy! 

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Topics: Sitefinity Development & Enterprise Web, Company Culture, Development Trends, IT Services: Back to basics

Why You Should Make Managed Services a Partner in Growing Your Business.

Posted by Patrick Kimbrell on May 17, 2018 9:06:33 AM

In today’s business environment, technology can make or break your business operations. One of the problems many business owners face is technology evolution. Technology can be difficult to keep up with and manage, often requiring a large investment and a specialized team to operate and manage it. This can be extremely expensive for many small or medium businesses (SMBs), but it doesn’t have to be, especially if you work with a Managed Service Provider (MSP) or an IT Partner.

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Topics: IT Services: Back to basics, Company Culture

Development and the Springthrough Culture

Posted by Rick Volosky on May 9, 2018 9:19:30 AM

Culture. It is almost unheard of these days to see a job posting that doesn't mention culture. Virtually every company description includes some plug for their great culture or relaxed culture. But what does that really mean?

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Topics: Company Culture, IT Services: Back to basics

Digital Trends in 2018

Posted by Eric Spencer on Apr 25, 2018 8:53:28 AM

Fortunately, I get to work with our customers of all sizes, with various budgets, and verticals helping them set strategy in the digital space. Core to digital transformation is the management of content, and of course a good CMS like Sitefinity is vital to that, but there are additional tools, patterns, and technologies I see emerge every year. 

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Topics: Development Trends, IT Services: Back to basics

Test Driven Development: An Example Using Specflow

Posted by Kris Coleman on Apr 11, 2018 9:27:22 AM

Recently I was asked to implement a new feature for a service. Basically, a simple Circuit Breaker pattern to throttle users in case of abuse. The request was worded like this:

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Topics: Development Trends, IT Services: Back to basics

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