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Git Push Deployment
30 Jan 2016

Git Push Deployment


Git is the most popular version control system for web and software development, and is a must have in any developers toolkit. Most people use it only for tracking changes in your code, but it can also be used to quickly push changes from your local environment to your staging or production server.

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Let's Encrypt is a new SSL Certificate Authority: It's free, automated, and open. In Public Beta.
26 Jan 2016

SSL Certificate Installations with Let’s Encrypt


An SSL Certificate, or Secure Socket Layer, is the industry standard way to encrypt data to and from the server. SSL Certificates allow you to visit a website with HTTPS and it turns on that little green padlock icon in the address bar. It is often required for HIPAA or PCI Compliance, since it secures […]

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02 Sep 2014

Wūka Featured on Good Things Utah


Our great clients, Wūka, were invited to a feature segment on Good Things Utah! Check it out as Matt explains their offline educational products and then head over to MyWūka.com.

14 Dec 2013

Teaching Children to be Computer Scientists


26 Sep 2013

Cleaning up a evalbase64(decode()) hack


Over the years I’ve had a few people ask me to help fix hacked sites. The most common hack I’ve seen is an Eval(base64_decode(…)) insertion. A single line of code that evaluates to any number of malicious results. The  line is generally inserted into every file of a site. Cleaning out every theme file, plugin […]

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13 Aug 2013

The Big Green Ball Analogy


Over the years I’ve had to explain what I do to a lot of people. More often than not, I’ll have to explain some basic concepts of the languages that I use as well. The web design and development industry is a pretty popular one, and like most tech centered jobs i deal with a […]

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08 Jun 2013

Getting Facebook comment count within WordPress


I’ve been working with the Facebook Comment integration into WordPress lately. Mostly because it can help cut down on spam, but also because of the grammer checker and social media benefit. I couldn’t really find a good solution online for pulling the number of comments on any given post, so here is what I ended […]

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17 May 2013

Chrome DevTools Revolutions


16 May 2013

Makey Makey: Hack a Banana


16 May 2013

Troubles with SASS and Remote Development


I’ve recently started using Syntactically Awesome Stylesheets (SASS) to write more dynamic (and awesome) CSS on my projects, but quickly ran into an issue. As anyone who has ever worked with SASS knows, you have to compile the code into normal Cascading Style Sheets for any browsers to read it. That wouldn’t be too bad […]

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