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API Gateway Comes To AWS

July 15, 2015 Chris Crum

Amazon just announced Amazon API Gateway, which is aimed at making it easier to build and run “reliable, secure” APIs at any scale. It’s a fully managed service that lets AWS customers create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure APIs.

WordPress is Most In Demand Content Management Job Skill

May 13, 2015 Chris Crum

WP Engine released some interesting research into the “WordPress economy” and jobs that call for WordPress skills throughout the United States. The study utilized online listings from Indeed.com for WordPress-centric positions, and analyzed which jobs are most in demand, which areas show the most interest in WordPress skills, and which […]

Amazon Machine Learning Will Help Developers With Historical Data

April 15, 2015 Chris Crum

Amazon is giving its machine learning capabilities to developers as an Amazon Web Services offering. According to the company, it makes it easier for developers to use historical data to build and deploy predictive models, which can be used for things like detecting problematic transactions, preventing customer churn, and improving […]

Old Webmaster Tools API Will Be Shutdown By Google

March 18, 2015 Chris Crum

Back in September, Google launched an update to its Webmaster Tools API to make it more consistent with other Google APIs. Those using other APIs from the company would find the new one easier to implement, the company said. Now, Google has announced that with the pending shutdown of ClientLogin, […]

SEO Checklist For Web Site Redesign

February 10, 2015 David Wallace

One of the most horrifying experiences a SEO has to worry about is waking up one morning to discover that a client has launched a new web site and the SEO is the last to know about it. This is followed up a few weeks later with the same client […]

YouTube Moving On To HTML5 Embeds

February 4, 2015 Chris Crum

Google announced that it is now defaulting to the HTML5 player on the web for YouTube embeds, moving to iframes. Along with this, they’re deprecating the “old style” of Flash <object> embeds and their Flash API.

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