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Oct 24 2014

Handling the Gruntwork of Frontend DevOps

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Introduction

With frontend development getting more and more complex every day, there are more and more steps we as frontend devs need to go through in order to get the job done. Of course there is still something to be said for crafting your HTML / CSS, but this isn't always required / possible.

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Oct 20 2014

We are recruiting! - we are looking for a digital project manager to join our team

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Digital Project Manager

 

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a project manager to join our rapidly expanding digital agency.

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Oct 20 2014

We are recruiting! - we are looking for a graduate developer to join our team

heidi 0 Comments News

Graduate Developer

Since launching in 2009, Zoocha has grown rapidly, winning clients such as Argos, Tesco and British Science Association along with a range of exciting smaller start-up businesses like Mydex and Property Network. We are now looking to expand our technical team with at least one new graduate developer to join the team

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Aug 28 2014

Drupal Multilingual - Where do I start? What to think about?

denise 0 Comments Drupal and Web Development
Drupal Multilingual - Where do I start? What to think about?

So you’re using Drupal and you want to make your site multilingual. If you already have experience doing this, chances are you are aware of the relative pains you must go through to make this happen. If this is your first time, well, hopefully I can make your first time less painful. 

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Jul 9 2014

How EU VAT changes affect UK eCommerce Websites

will 0 Comments Drupal Consultancy, Ecommerce, General
VOES

Back in 2008, an EU law changed affecting the calculation of Value Added Taxes (VAT) on broadcasting, telecommunications and e-services (collectively called ‘VAT on electronic services’ or VOES for short!).

These changes come into force on 1st January 2015 - the delay being due to resistance from EU member states (and I dare say lobbying from corporations) protecting their interests.

So, without getting too political, what is the main impact of the changes that EU member states (or corporations) would resist?

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