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Which Project Delivery Approach Is Right For My Project?
By Miljan Bajic There are projects that are fairly straight forward and relatively predictable, where rational tools of planning and decision making can be applied. Other projects that are more complex or unpredictable call for a different approach relying more
Agile Requirements Gathering
By John Gordon I’ll be honest, requirements gathering is not why I got into the software business. I got in software to code; it’s what I loved to do and what the client wanted, I thought. I don’t think I’m
Goal Setting Techniques That Actually Work
By Kevin Ferguson Do you ever feel like the day flies by and you must have done a lot because you were really busy, but you didn’t get a lot done? Even more so when working at home, with the
How to Simplify Drupal Builds with Yarn and Webpack
By Joseph Descalzota When a Drupal site grows organically, with multiple contributors, the front-end configuration can get out of hand. What starts as a single theme and module, over time can evolve into a Frankenstein mashup of modules and themes
Entering Our 21st Year
By GWW Staff In 1999, the words blog, carbon footprint, and texting were added to the dictionary. Plus, dashcam, and The Matrix. On top of all that, Justin Davis was setting up shop as Portland Webworks, a web and software development company, in a
Developer Spotlight at GovWebworks
By Rachel Charow Hi, I’m Rachel Charow. I work as a software developer at GovWebworks, the public sector brand of Portland Webworks, based in Portland, Maine. We are a 20-year old company that provides online digital applications for government agencies.