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  • Mobilegeddon - the fifth horseman of the apocalypse?

    Posted 10 Apr 2015 | By Brian

    In the world of SEO few things grab the attention quite like a stuffed Inbox or a Twitter feed filled with news about a major Google search algorithm update. Sounds geeky? Bit markety?

    Well maybe but it genuinely touches so many parts of digital which other topics can't and don't reach. As Search Engine Watch says, '... for SEO the world of Hummingbirds, Pandas, and Penguins are akin to the Horsemen of the Apocalypse'.

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  • We're hiring! Junior Drupal Site Builder

    Posted 12 Mar 2015 | By Brian

    Yep, we're hiring. We're looking for somebody keen to learn advanced site-building with the Drupal CMS. Full support and training will be provided, and you’ll play an essential role in delivering quality digital solutions.

    You'll be joining a creative, enthusiastic team who share and benefit from each others' expertise. We develop high-quality relationships with our clients, and actively participate in the Drupal community.

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  • Where is my new web page?

    Posted 11 Mar 2015 | By Nadine

    Aka ‘what is caching?’

    On the majority of projects there are a few questions that repeatedly come into us at Tincan. One of these regulars usually takes the form of “I published a new page X amount of time ago but I can’t see it on the website. Where is it?”

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  • Day Two and Three DrupalCon LatAm 2015 - Larry's keynote, Drupal sprints and photoshoots with lhamas

    Posted 17 Feb 2015 | By ignacio

    First day of sprint

    Day One done and dusted, Day Two and Three (Wednesday + Thursday) were all about keynotes and sprints. Larry Garfield's keynote speech on Wednesday (Day Two) was truly inspiring...

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  • Day One report from DrupalCon LatAm 2015

    Posted 13 Feb 2015 | By ignacio

    Conference group picture, DrupalCon Latin America, Bogotá 2015

    And I arrived to Bogotá and DrupalCon LatAm 2015! Bogotá is a lovely city, though not what you might expect in terms of the weather. At an altitude of over 2000m it has a very particular climate where the temperature remains...

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