The Web Services blog only started in April but in that time we've posted over 100 entries. As seems to be common around these times, I've done some digging into our Google Analytics stats and come up with a top ten list of popular posts. First the list then maybe I'll talk a little about … Continue reading Top of the blogs
We're looking for another web developer to join our team to work with the Faculty of Health to develop an extranet. You can see full details on the jobs website but here's a few more details: The project will involve developing and implementing systems for managing information for use by staff, students and external partners. … Continue reading Vacancy: Web Services Project Officer
This weekend I took a trip up the M62 to Leeds. No, not for the SSWG shopping trip, I went for a day of technology! That's right, I experienced my first BarCamp! BarCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense … Continue reading BarCampLeeds
We are currently looking for a Web Applications Developer to join our team. Full details about the post can be found on our website but I just wanted to add a few words about Web Services and where we are going. Why join us? At Edge Hill we've taken an innovative approach to Web Communications … Continue reading Work with us…
Yes, yes, I know I've missed out day 2 - I'll come back to that once I've found a suitable candidate who hasn't read the blog. So on to day 3: Search for and Join Forums on Your Blogâ€™s Topic This could be a bit tricky - I don't really know of any forums directly … Continue reading Better Blog Day 3: Search for and Join a Forum
It sounds like it should be accompanied by cheerleaders chanting and waving pom-pons but that might be a bit too much. Go PHP5 is a new(ish) community effort to encourage the wider deployment of PHP5. Although it's been around for years, most ISPs and hosts still deploy PHP4 by default, and often don't even have … Continue reading Go PHP5!
The new Edge Hill jobs website went live yesterday. It might not look like much has changed but it's a complete rewrite of the old system and paves the way for more substantial changes in the future. RSS feeds are one thing that has been added so you can now subscribe to a feed to … Continue reading Jobs Website Live
Enough of this wordy marketing/writing-for-the-web stuff that Steven is writing about - we all know that everyone just wants to know about programming! Okay... maybe not everyone wants to know about code but I thought some people might be interested to know a little bit more about how we're developing web apps here at Edge … Continue reading Web development with symfony
"Release early, release often" has been the mantra of the open source community for years and refers to the idea of getting something out to users quickly so that they can feedback, help find bugs (yeah, like my code has bugs!) and shape future development of the software, and it seems to work. Mature open … Continue reading Release Early, Release Often!