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Going Serverless

I work for a digital agency - Deepend. We primarily build and maintain content managed websites for clients. We are platform and technology agnostic meaning we deal with a lot of different programming languages, operating systems and databases. That's great for me because it gives me the freedom to play with a whole assortment of toys.

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So you want a website

One of the hardest questions to be asked as a programmer who primarily does web development is: 'How much for a website?' It's one of those questions that doesn't really have an exact answer. 'How much do you want to pay for a website?' is probably a better question.

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AngularJS Models

I was looking for a method to abstract away integrating my RESTful services for regular CRUD operations. There's ngResource, but it's a bit voodoo and restrictive. I wanted to come up with a solution that was a bit more simplictic that's also not surrounded by magic.

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Running Jekyll on Heroku

My website once was an ASP.NET MVC website that was very full featured. I realised that most of the features weren't actually being used and I wanted to free up some spacing on my webhost.

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