Pádraig and Oisín are joined by Brent Simmons to discuss indie app development in the wake of Vesper shutting down.
This is part 3 in a mini-series where we talk with other businesses that, like us, make money off the web.
We’re chatting with Brandon Kelly and Brad Bell from Pixel and Tonic, the company behind CraftCMS. CraftCMS is a powerful CMS for building a bring-your-own-HTML website. We talk about things like the challenges of marketing a CMS targeting at designers and developers, pricing a CMS when there’s lots of "free" CMS’s out there, a la carte pricing, and iterating a pricing model.
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Did you know that you can get Amazon Web Services (AWS) hosting through Media Temple? You can! Why would you? AWS delivers many layers of availability not available from a traditional hosting model. For example, AWS offers Auto Scaling Groups bring new instances online in real time as your traffic/workload grows and AWS’s high-availability architecture puts your infra in multiple data centers so you aren’t stuck up a creek without a paddle if one goes offline. Sound complicated? It kinda is. Fortunately Media Temple offers white-glove support for all this, including sophisticated tooling, like managing your integrations through Slack.
Part 1 of our mini-series talking to other businesses: #101 - Sparkbox
Part 2: #102 - BuySellAds
Pixel and Tonic
Craft Feature Requests
Straight Up Craft
Craft on Twitter
Craft on Facebook
Installing Craft on Mijingo
Craft on Stack Exchange
On this episode of KNOBS, Matt and Chris get together on Matt’s back patio to soak in the Summer air and get caught up on life, family and their shared love of Wilco’s Nels Cline. Nels is about to release a gorgeous double album on August 5th titled, Lovers. This interview also happened the same day Wilco announced a brand new album called Schmilco. Fans of both Nels and Wilco will not be disappointed with the first part of a two part interview with this guitar legend.
This episode features special guest Freek Van der Herten talking about backups, Test Driven Laravel, WordPress & Laravel, and PDF generation.
David Grubbs is best known for his work with Gastr del Sol, the vehicle he and Jim O’Rourke used throughout the ‘90s to push the boundaries of experimental post-rock. But Grubbs has traversed a lot of territory in the last 30 years, starting with his days as guitarist the noisy post-punk band Squirrel Bait and continuing through to his current career as a music scholar and professor at Brooklyn College. His newest solo album Prismrose, a collection of patient, thoughtful guitar-driven pieces, is very much a testament to his accrued musical wisdom.
In this exclusive dublab interview, Grubbs goes deep on Prismrose, weighs in on whether John Cage was punk, and reflects on the years he spent splitting himself between the worlds of academia and avant rock.
I’m warning you now, it’s a very different kind of episode of Unfinished Business this week as Rachel Andrew and I talk about our feelings on the referendum result for the UK to leave the EU. We talk about the issues that will affect us, you and our businesses in the coming months and years and what we’re already doing to help mitigate them.
How Apple obsessive John Gruber built Daring Fireball, the world’s most powerful one-man media company - Recode
Since 2002, Gruber has owned a chunk of the conversation about Apple — and he does it all solo.
Taking a look behind the scenes with the founder of the company behind Craft CMS Pixel & Tonic
David Lemieux is the official audio and video tape archivist for the Grateful Dead. He’s overseen countless live CD and DVD releases since 1999, when he took over the position after the passing of Dick Latvala, the original Dead archivist. He also hosts a daily segment called Today in Grateful Dead History on Siruius/XM radio. Lemieux chats with Icon Fetch about the band’s most ambitious project yet, Europe ‘72 - The Complete Recordings, a SEVENTY TWO disc box set chronicling what many believe to be the Grateful Dead’s finest tour. He also talks about how he came to be in charge of these most-hallowed recordings, and how much is really left unheard in the vaults.
Read the Icon Fetch review of the Road Trips April Fools ‘88 set
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