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Roadmap like a boss!

In this post, we’ll look at how to create an awesome roadmap using Confluence’s road mapping planner macro. This roadmap will give your team visibility over their current and future work streams, dependencies on internal or external events and deep...

/ July 31, 2016
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How to create summary pages in Confluence using the page properties report macro

Have you seen a summary page within Confluence that looks like decision log below and thought “I wish I were able to create a similar summary page for my custom built pages?” Well, you can, it’s easy and once you...

/ July 24, 2016
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Why I chose Laravel for my startup

Recently I have been working on a new startup idea, specifically a project¬†estimation¬†tool for people working in digital¬†agencies. Given that I had some time on my hands I thought, f*ck it, I’ll see if I can code this bad boy!

/ April 22, 2016
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Create your own custom dashboards

If you’re like me and work in a role where you’re measuring project financials or various growth metrics, it’s always nice to have a dashboard where you can see all your metrics in once place. In this post, I’ll show...

/ April 21, 2016
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How to use the Confluence gallery macro

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to not only use Atlassian’s Confluence gallery macro, but also a few neat ways to implement the macro into your organisation. So first up, what is the gallery macro? The gallery macro is...

/ April 20, 2016
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Get your WordPress site up and running on Digital Ocean

In this quick tutorial, I’ll show you how to get up and running with a fresh WordPress install on the hosting provider Digital Ocean. This is this exact process I used to get LightManyFires.com live.

/ April 16, 2016