Tag Archives: web development

Htop, a Web Developer’s Best Friend

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Every web developer has had the unfortunate experience of their code going rogue and wreaking havoc on a server. An error in the code chewed up all the RAM. An ill-planned query maxed out the CPU and disk I/O, pushing load up too high. The server squawks and we have to do something to fix […]

Enabling the Autonomous Web Design and Development Team

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I recently took an extended road trip from Southern California to the Pacific Northwest. Between visiting family and beer tasting, my time was spent working remotely. Armed with a laptop, smart phone, and a few cloud-based apps, it’s easier than ever for web designers and developers to work while on the road. The only challenge […]

How to Know When a Project is Managing You

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Managing web design and development projects is standard practice at any creative agency. However, even the best project manager will encounter a project that gets away from them. When projects get out of control, they take on a life of their own and start managing you. There are any number of reasons a project may become […]

SXSW Interactive 2013 in Pictures

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The Intervals team recently returned from another week-long stint in Austin, Texas, for the 2013 SXSW Interactive Festival. We had lots of fun, and discovered once again that there is a lot of good stuff going on outside the official venues. And if you walk as much as we did, you are guaranteed to find […]