Category: Web Development

Summer Internship Hackathon Day 4 by Jessie Shen

Summer Internship Hackathon Day 4 by Jessie Shen

        Filed under: Agile development, Search Engine Optimization, Summer Internship Hackathon, Web Development

Today, we continued a lot of what we were doing yesterday with 7DHub, but with SEOQ. We worked on branding the tool and some different elevator pitches, one liners, and managing its social media profiles. Blake also came in and gave us some more information on how SEO actually works and the five key parts … Continued

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Jade and PostCSS

        Filed under: Web Development

Jade is an easy HTML template creator. I just read something about it and looks very promising and definitelly is a good option to add to our web development workflow.   Here is brief example of you can do with JADE. You can find more documentation and advanced tips and trick in this page   … Continued

My takeaway from the WordPress Meetup

        Filed under: CRM, Internet trends, Project Management, Things That Suck, Web Design, Web Development, Web Trends, WordPress

This was a day of firsts for me. My first WordPress meetup, my first actual Meetup, my first time in DC, and now, my first blog post. As my first time in DC, it was disappointing, since we only got to know the CHIEF offices. As my first time in a Meetup it was ok. … Continued

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Website Building Provider in Washington DC

        Filed under: Google, Web Development

WASHINGTON, DC – According to Google Domains, the domain name registrar provided by Google, inQbation is a “website building provider”.  Seriously, look at their email: They refer to companies that “build websites” or otherwise design or develop websites as “website building providers.”  So strange the word they used to describe a web designer or developer. … Continued

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Course correction: What Agile really means

        Filed under: Agile development, Web Development

How practicing agile, scrum, and short sprints helps organizations keep on track and make course corrections. Agile does not necessarily mean flexible For a lot of people, when they say and hear the word Agile, they think it simple means being flexible.  We are an “agile” company, they say … “we are flexible.”  But, for … Continued

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Time and materials vs firm fixed price proposals

        Filed under: Government, Web Development

WASHINGTON DC AGILE (DRUPAL & PYTHON) DEVELOPER When it comes to estimating web development projects, there is no real science.  In the end, it is a guessing game and a gamble to see if the developer can deliver everything required, on time, and within budget.  If the developer loses the bet then she loses money, … Continued

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Agile web developer in Washington DC

        Filed under: Drupal, Web Development

We love Agile scrum and sprints Web developers love nothing more than to produce high quality code and satisfy their clients. We get more satisfaction from this than from money or love. So, it is no surprise that web developers love the concept of Agile Development Methodology using the concept of Scrum Planning and Sprints. … Continued

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inQbation awarded GSA IT 70 contract

        Filed under: Drupal, Government, Technology, Web Development

LEESBURG HUB Zone, VIRGINIA inQbation, a small business provider of IT products and services to government agencies and nonprofit organizations, announces that the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) has awarded the company a new IT Schedule 70 contract. inQbation has supported federal agencies including NASA, GSA, OMB, FDIC, ACUS, DHS, Department of State, and Department of Defense … Continued

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How We Monitor Your WordPress Website for Security and Performance

        Filed under: Cyber security, Web Development, WordPress

Each one of our clients is very important to us, and keeping your websites safe, secure, and accessible is our top priority. Let me share with you some of the ways we go about making sure your WordPress website is protected from potential security threats. We prefer MediaTemple’s DV Developer hosting for our clients’ websites … Continued

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How to set up a secure Media Temple DV Developer server for WordPress

        Filed under: Cyber security, Web Development, WordPress

WASHINGTON, DC – WordPress Developer Important Notes For all passwords you should use a secure password generator, like You may need to play around with the output so that it fits the MediaTemple password guidelines that disallow certain characters. NOTE: Keep track of your passwords as soon as they are generated so that you … Continued

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Custom web development and design is out, pre-designed WordPress templates are in

        Filed under: Google, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

WASHINGTON DC WordPress Designer and Drupal Developer, inQbation. I have long suspected that custom web design is on the way out and is being replaced by more cost-effective pre-designed templates that can be quickly and easily customized and tailored. Google trends pretty much sums it up.  Since 2005, searches for web design has steadily dropped … Continued

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Washington DC Jobs: Business Analyst, Web Project Manager

        Filed under: Drupal, Project Management, Web Design, Web Development, WordPress

Apply on Linkedin Job Description inQbation is looking for a web-savvy Business Analyst (BA) who can wear many hats including requirements analysis, web project management, quality assurance, usability testing, web content strategy, client communications, interactive marketing, and art direction.  Your work breakdown will probably fall along these lines; business analysis (35%), communications (30%), project management (20%), … Continued

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Isomorphic JavaScript. The new paradigm.

        Filed under: Web Development

In recent years have been created several javascript libraries to migrate all or part of the processing from server to client, in order to improve the response time of the applications. These applications are known as the single-page apps. In practice, however, this type of applications is flawed in important fields such as SEO, performance … Continued