Mauricio Cuenca recently joined Pixafy as our newest software engineer. His in-depth experience and his willingness to knowledge-share make him a great asset to the team. From using his skills in software engineering to help facilitate visibility of crucial election poll results in Colombia, to his passion for competitive BMX racing, Mauricio shares his interests and experiences with us. (more…)
Pixafy’s Rewards and Recognition program allows employees to nominate their peers for just about anything – a helpful assist, a great tip, a positive attitude. Our peers can make or break our day, so when employees do something that makes things a bit brighter around the office, a nomination is a great way to recognize the person, because if selected, they get not only a plaque, but a cash bonus! (more…)
Reid Mayo recently joined Pixafy as the team’s newest software engineer. From his experience with PHP to his secret skate video, Reid dishes on a range of topics! We’re excited to have him join us. Here’s the scoop: (more…)
Max Malov joined Pixafy in January of 2012 as a software engineer, bringing with him a wealth of development knowledge. His insights and extensive experience working on Magento development projects and custom WordPress development earned him a Rewards and Recognition honor last August. He’s also our resident photographer! Regular visitors to our site have already encountered his photos of staff members, Pixafy events, our amazing view, and office fun!
We recently chatted with Max about development, Pixafy life, NYC, and more: (more…)
Shawn Walsh is the newest software engineer to join team Pixafy, bringing in-depth experience in web-related technologies, including PHP, Java, HTML, CSS, and more. We’re thrilled to have him on board! Get to know him through our latest interview: (more…)
Developers rarely know everything there is to know about programming, as the game is always changing and there are always obscure features that don’t get broken out often. For those times that they need an assist, there are certain sites that have gained a stellar reputation for being helpful to developers. (more…)
Let’s be honest, debugging/testing a site can sometimes be vexatious and time consuming. It can take hours or even days to figure out why a feature isn’t working properly. To help alleviate this process, we at Pixafy have come up with a list of 10 tips and best practices for tackling this issue.
Here are recommendations from our team: (more…)
Darren Chen is the latest software engineer to join Pixafy, and our first new hire of the year. Darren brings enthusiasm and energy to our team, and has already settled in nicely. Here’s a bit more about him:
Q: How did you discover Pixafy?
I discovered Pixafy through a recruiter. At that time, I didn’t know anything about Pixafy. The only thing I knew was that I would be coding all day. I appreciate my recruiter for sending me to this awesome place. (more…)