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What Not To Do For SEO Content Writing
Understanding what to avoid when writing content for your website can make or break the quality of your website’s SEO. Do you know the “don’ts” for content writing?
What Tech Skills Should a Product Owner Have?
What tech skills should a product owner have? Read about all the back-end technical training to learn before your new website or web application is handed over.
Content Writing Basics for SEO – The 5 “Dos”
Do you understand the relationship between your SEO and the content on your website? Learning some of the main “dos” and “don’ts” can go a long way, read more here.
Focus vs. Productivity, Which Is More Effective?
Focus vs. Productivity, Which Is More Effective? Some say there is no productivity without focus, but sometimes the obsession with “productivity” hurts your ability to…
The Rise of new Ecommerce & Recommerce Websites
Craigslist and eBay are no longer the only sites for online commerce. Have you found a way to sell your goods online? Join the continued rise of ReCommerce sites.
Diversity Hiring With Integrity
Agile development agency Daggerhart Lab is focusing on hiring, specifically diversity hiring, and how to ensure it’s being done with integrity.
Stop Saying Sorry and Say What You Mean
The time for over apologizing has long since passed. As the business environment has changed - passive language is out, straightforward is in. Learn more here.
Hire Women in Tech And Pay Them Well
Why You Should Hire Women in Tech And Pay Them Well When you look at the fact that in the U.S. women drive between 70-80%…
Keeping Remote Teams Motivated
Keeping Remote Teams Motivated An Agile work environment is the answer to efficient, focused, and productive remote work. For agencies like ours, working remotely is…
How Daggerhart Lab Increased Business Successfully: Lifeboat to Speedboat
Lifeboat to Speedboat When Daggerhart Lab opened our digital doors in Asheville, NC as of early 2020, we did so as a reaction to the…
Cookie Services: How to Handle Cookies in Drupal & Symfony
Cookies can oftern be a hassle to reliably maintain with a complex system. This outlines an approach to handling cookie data in Drupal 8+ and Symfony as a service.
Pattern Lab & Atomic Design For WordPress & Drupal
In which we explore using Atomic Design with Pattern Lab to more efficiently migrate a client’s WordPress website to Drupal, or vice versa.
Composer: How to use Git repositories
Recently I found myself needing to add a random GitHub repository to a Drupal project using composer. There are a number of approaches to accomplishing this, but I didn't find any clear examples for both How and Why to use the various approaches. This post hopes to illuminate those aspects of composer.
Guzzle Requests & JSON in Drupal 8
Re-blog of an article I wrote for Hook 42's website: Consuming JSON APIs in Drupal 8.
Drupal 8 Configuration Management with Config Split
Introduction to managing Drupal 8 Configuration across multiple environments using the Config Split module.