For five years, in partnership with The Denver Post, Pixo Web Design & Strategy has managed the editorial and marketing efforts of Denver’s Mile High Mamas mom website. The website features Denver’s leading mommy bloggers, recipes, product reviews, contests, newsletters and family friendly events. We are pleased to announce that Pixo has now acquired the website but will still be working in partnership with the Post.
The other day we posted a position for a specific Denver web developer job that did not require a broad set of skills but needed someone to be very proficient in a single language. The job description listed that the position was "entry level" but also mentioned we were looking for a "guru" in a particular scripting language. A while later I got an email from the job post from someone saying, in less than kind words, that it didn't make any sense for a position to be entry level and say that we wanted a "guru." This blog post is a reply that individual.
Recently we put a new ecommerce website live for a client. She was thrilled about the new design and the flexability of the Concrete5 content management system but had some questions about things she wanted to do the future. There was functionality that she was thinking about that she didn't see in Concrete5 ecommerce add-on and that brought a number of questions.
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