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Posted almost 3 years ago by César López-Natarén
As described in a previous blog post, MindTouch delivers new software to customers in a weekly basis – a claim few software companies can make. We are able to maintain that release pace in part thanks to the Git workflow we adopted two years ago ... [More] , which, in short, consists of having a master branch, weekly […] The post Managing Git workflow with MindTouch PullRequestService appeared first on MindTouch | Content-Driven Customer Success. [Less]
Posted almost 3 years ago by César López-Natarén
As described in a previous blog post, MindTouch delivers new software to customers in a weekly basis – a claim few software […]
Posted almost 5 years ago
Share Tweet Features on MindTouch Dream use the C# native protection levels to specify who can access them: Public – everyone Internal – only Parent, Child or services that were provided the Internal or Private key as a service-key cookie Protected – same as Internal Private – only Parent or services that were provided the [...]
Posted almost 5 years ago
Share Tweet Yesterday I was alerted by an intriguing post, 10 Tips for a Successful Wiki by James Everett on his blog, Brain of James. James recommends MindTouch Deki and calls it “an impressive piece of software”. His visualization was showcased at the Game Developer Conference 2008 (pictured right). You can read his 10 tips [...]
Posted almost 5 years ago
Share Tweet There are many reasons to upgrade open source installations to MindTouch Deki Standard and Enterprise (commercial builds). Some reasons include the stable build, a MindTouch certified stack, more enterprise adapters, installers and ... [More] updaters, Microsoft Office integration, support…. Now there is yet another reason to upgrade existing open source installations. Any MindTouch Deki Open [...] [Less]
Posted almost 5 years ago
Share Tweet Erm… sorry for the false alarm.. Misposted on the main blog instead of the dev blog. If still interested, the post has been moved here
Posted almost 5 years ago
Share Tweet We have received a number of requests recently from companies looking for hard ROI data on our Intranet Collaborative Network so that they can sell our solution internally.  The issue that immediately comes to mind is that each company uses their intranet differently so that quantifying ROI is a subjective exercise.  In other [...]
Posted about 5 years ago
Share Tweet Features on MindTouch Dream use the C# native protection levels to specify who can access them: Public – everyone Internal – only Parent, Child or services that were provided the Internal or Private key as a ... [More] service-key cookie Protected – same as Internal Private – only Parent or services that were provided the Private [...] [Less]
Posted about 5 years ago
Share Tweet Yesterday I was alerted by an intriguing post, 10 Tips for a Successful Wiki by James Everett on his blog, Brain of James. James recommends MindTouch Deki and calls it “an impressive piece of software”. His visualization was showcased at the Game Developer Conference 2008 (pictured right). You can read his [...]
Posted about 5 years ago
Share Tweet There are many reasons to upgrade open source installations to MindTouch Deki Standard and Enterprise (commercial builds). Some reasons include the stable build, a MindTouch certified stack, more enterprise adapters ... [More] , installers and updaters, Microsoft Office integration, support…. Now there is yet another reason to upgrade existing open source installations. Any [...] [Less]