With Visa payWave, you simply wave your Visa card in front of a secure reader, and you’re on your way. Most of the time, a signature is not required for purchases under $25, plus, you retain control of the card during the transaction, which reduces the risk of fraud. Visa USA | Personal | Visa… Continue reading Wave goodbye to your cash?
“Software is still a young endeavor. At the birth of agriculture the excitement must have been similar, with the same sense of enormous potential.”—Joe Berkovitz Adobe – Flex Developer Center I agree with people who say “code is poetry” to illustrate the fact that there are elegant ways of proving software solutions to problems. I’m… Continue reading Is ploughing like software development?
We’ve been doing some work recently using EpiServer, extending it to fit our needs, to support our new website look which is one of many new features coming soon. Having website content in more than one language reflects the international coverage that Esendex has. We ran into a bug today which initially wasn’t easy to… Continue reading Episerver and Page Languages
There are many quirks which are picked up by using a website management package like Plesk. My remote Linux server has this installed by default on it, and it does simplify a lot of basic operations. It does become difficult when standard Linux / Apache information doesn’t help because Plesk rearranges things into its own… Continue reading A little SugarOS on your Plesk?