Brian Charniga

by Brian Charniga

I was fortunate to attend the recent BarCamp Philadelphia 2013 event held at the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. For those who have never heard of this annual event it's a crowd-sourced, user driven "unconference" where attendees gather to learn, teach, and share ideas on all sorts of topics - from design, technology, user experience, etc. This was the 6th year for BarCamp Philly (and my 4th year attending), and it was just as great as the previous years.


by Courtney

Meet Brian Charniga, fearless leader of our group of back-end developers at Delphic Digital. Let's begin with the following Q&A:

So you want to create a bad ass responsive design website but don't know where to begin? It's frustrating you because you've been developing websites for years... dare I say even flash sites. Have no fear, Delphic Digital is here to calm you down and show you the way. I'm not going to get technical, this is more of an introduction for intermediate developers. You should already know how to include JavaScript and CSS files, for instance.

It's your favorite Chef, back again! Last time, we were talking about Sitecore's recommended use of a Sublayout's Data Source field and how we use it to render spotlights. Today, I'm going to show you how to build on Sitecore's blocks to make something more useful for your particular solution.


by Jason

As a software developer, 100% of the time I’m looking for a quicker and easier way to accomplish a task. Obviously, it must also be correct. I would love to write reusable software every time; however, sometimes I just need a one-time, quick, useful application that does what I need and does it well, is quick to write, and lets me concentrate on bigger things. This is where I’ve found that Node.js has proved itself over and over.

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