log partnered with Brief to launch a new agency called Customers: e-commerce agency focused on helping companies who want to grow their online business.
The way we treat and use Knowledge is the main asset of modern organizations and one of the biggest competitive advantages that you can have against your competitors.According to a study by IDC (International Data Corporation) “The knowledge worker spends about 2.5 hours per day, or roughly 30% of the workday, searching for information.”In most cases, the information already exists in the organization, but for some reason it is not available or accessible.
On June 26, another change.log was held, a monthly event organized by log that promotes the sharing of best practices applied to engineering and agile software development management.
We believe remote development is the smart way to develop your company’s project. Why? Because it has a high value proposition, as it combines the best of two worlds: expert resources at a lower cost plus cultural and physical proximity, matching time-zone and easy communication.
We are very happy to announce Rui Barbosa as a speaker at WordCamp Porto 2018.
Next Saturday, May 19th, we’ll be at WordCamp Porto presenting “Yet another talk about headless WordPress with React”.
It was a great pleasure to participate as one of the main sponsors at WordCamp London 2018. As Portugal’s leading WordPress development agency and since we already had several international projects, we decided that it would be very interesting to start working in the UK market.
WordPress’ shortcodes API, allow us to use, inside post and page content, a set of macro codes, inspired by BBCode formatting code, when presenting to the website visitant, are substituted by the function they abstract. In addition to WordPress’ shortcodes, both themes and plugins can add new ones. We will find all about it in this article.
“The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave is not training them and having them stay”.
In the second part of our WordPress development tutorial series we will cover how filters work. They are very similar to actions, with a slight difference: every filter function receives an argument and returns, transformed or not, the first received argument.