Using Trello to Keep Track of Our Development Projects

  • Dan Lister

Trello is an awesome, and free, organising tool. We use it to manage our internal and client projects. Trello allows us to view a complete overview of a project to make sure we are on top of things. As there are many ways to use Trello, we thought we'd share how we use it. We like to think we've established a cool way to use Trello to help with our project management. This post gives an overview of Trello, how we use it and how we collaborate...

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Moving an Umbraco Website to Windows Azure Websites

  • Dan Lister

Migrating an Umbraco site to Windows Azure is a pretty painless experience. You don't really need to use any other tools or services other than Windows Azure Websites and Bitbucket or Github. We've found that you should be able to run any version of Umbraco without facing any problems. We've tried and tested running version 4.11, up to the latest version 6.1.5. We've outlined a couple of caveats for you to be aware of too. If you have a local...

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How We Use Bitbucket to Streamline Our Development Process

  • Dan Lister

Bitbucket is an online hosting provider for Git repositories. We use Bitbucket to host every piece of source code we have, whether it be public and private. Over the past year or so we've set up our repositories and Bitbucket account in a way that helps is manage our application and also streamlines our development process. With a combination of branches, tags, service hooks and email notifications, we've given our developers the best...

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Some Features We Love in Logic Pro X

  • Dan Lister

We've been using Logic Pro for a good few years now. Over 7 to be exact. We first started using Cubase but after making the move to Mac OS, we switched to Logic Pro. The new version of Logic Pro X has been 6 years in the making and for what we've used in the new version, Logic Pro X is a welcomed upgrade. After using Logic Pro X for a few weeks, we've already been presented with two new versions since the initial launch. It's great to Apple...

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