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Frustration of slow loading When Slow Loads For Some Users Make For Slow Loads For All Users 

October 1, 2013

Every once in a while, a server performance situation comes along that can still surprise me. I just recently ran into one of these.

Development

Coveo-binoculars O, Canada! O, Coveo! 

June 10, 2013

I recently had the opportunity to head to the Québec City headquarters of one of our partners, Coveo, for some training on their product. Here are some highlights.

Development

modularizingfrontendcode Modularizing Your Front-End Code for Long Term Maintainability and Sanity 

March 25, 2013

Getting along with your code, making site maintenance enjoyable, and how modular front-end code can help solve your website woes.

Development

responsive-versions Responsive Design – Staying Ahead of the Curve 

March 22, 2013

To get ahead of the curve, we must think about responsive from the beginning of each project, collaborate every step of the way and fully commit as an organization.

Development

Ed holding ball Configuring Sitecore to Auto Publish Media Items 

March 5, 2013

“There’s got to be a way to configure it to do that too.” The good news? There is. The even better news? You do it the same way you configure other workflows.

Development

sitecoresymposium TBG Attends & Presents at Sitecore Symposium 

November 27, 2012

TBG was a proud attendee of the Sitecore Symposium this year in Las Vegas October 22 – 24, 2012, and was on display as a leader in Sitecore best practices and development. 

Development

remaining staples on a telephone pole Where Did Those Pages Go? Managed Redirects in the Context of Decoupled CMS Create a Fix for Missing Content 

November 23, 2010

The redesign of a website creates a lot of small but important operational issues. One that often gets overlooked is what will happen when the old URLs for your site stop working.