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Legacy Work is where Grit Matters

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I was recently reading a great article on techniques for rescuing legacy code. And it occurred to me that difficult, hard-to-manage legacy projects present a great business opportunity. I see a lot these lately, with legacy PHP, Magento, ASP.Net or

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Posted in Content Management, E-commerce, Legacy

Identifying Magento Performance Problems with the Magento Profiler

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The Magento Profiler is used to identify performance problems on the server side.  The Profiler can help you find PHP functions which use up too much CPU or functions with slow database queries. These problems will first be noticed if

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Posted in Content Management, E-commerce, Legacy, Magento

How PCI Compliance and MA Data Standards are Affecting Web Developers in Massachusetts

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There are two important standards which web developers and their clients in Massachusetts need to know about. They are: PCI Compliance. This affects everyone who stores or processes credit cards. It can also affect anyone who is doing any form

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