Mark is the Chief Digital Officer at the Australian footwear giant Accent Group, and a self-confessed sneaker addict
Advice from our official Imagine 2018 photographer, Sean Barnes
Meetings, and sessions, and Vegas, oh my! Tips for making the most of Imagine 2018
How to build a great theme: A conversation with Dmitry Shatkov, Chief Content Officer of Aheadworks
Recently Alex has listed what to expect from Magento Imagine 2018. What I am going to tell you today, is why Atwix team has never missed this event.Everything starts with the community:
Anyone who has ever been at any local Meet Magento conference, knows how great it is to be a part of the Magento tribe. At Magento Imagine – the scale is way bigger.
This year, over 3,000 eCommerce experts from 50+ countries are coming to Imagine. These are the people that work with Magento in various ways, starting from senior executives to technology providers – all will come to share, listen and network.
Courtney is a scrum master and UX developer for the Magento team at Gallup, in Omaha, Nebraska
My favorite part of this too-brief foray into the history of = as an assignment operator is how crazy keyboards were in the 60s and 70s were.
Magento 2 is known to be a powerful and feature-rich eCommerce platform. It delivers decent page load times but might be quite sluggish under heavy customizations.
Part of the performance problem might be a poorly developed custom theme. On one hand the default Luma and Blank themes are quite fast. On the other hand some of the customized themes are slow and could make your online shop a nightmare to buy from.
I will share a few tips to optimize any M2 theme and make it faster. The tips are all field-proven and they really work. I have used them in various projects to make Magento 2 sites deliver decent page load times.7 Tips to Speed Up Magento 2 Theme
An eCommerce veteran from the salad days of online shopping, Jeffrey is Director of Digital at Juice Beauty, the organic skincare retailer.
It pays to be thorough in B2B lead generation
Gripng PSA follows. Homebrew, the really great package manager and services system for MacOS, has recently shuffled around thier support for PHP. It sounds like the main PHP packages are being pulled into the core repository, but that extensions (mcrypt, memcached, etc.) are being dropped and users will need to install these via pecl. On its face this sound like “the right” thing to do — support the core language, as well as the platform’s tool for compiling extensions. In practice, I have meh feelings about how well this is going to work. Building things directly on OS X and […]
The multi-talented artist and performer will join us on stage for a fireside chat.
Quality extensions. Rigorously tested.
I came across this talk video from Brian Marick at the Deconstruct software conference. It was a refreshingly candid take on why the classic software design patterns are generally considered burdensome chains instead of the pattern language they set out to be. And the question is why. I think you can have several reasons, but I’m going to focus on this one, which is that design patterns started out with not enough building blocks, that were at too low of a level. So if you look at all the design patterns, they’re basically composed of two things. There’s functions, or […]