April showers are done, and it’s time for May flowers! As the month begins, what were you reading last month? Here’s the most popular blog posts on thinkbuildblog for April:
- Five handy Sublime Text 2 tips
The post has continued to be a popular one since it went up in March. We’re working on a follow-up post with even more great tips.
- Overcoming Magento’s WYSIWYG editor
We had a strong month for Magento posts; Kurt’s post continues to receive a lot of interest.
- Overcoming Magento’s full-page cache through hole punching
Tom’s post from March had another strong month on the chart; the topic is very relevant and important for many Magento developers.
- Introducing Pixafy Content Marketing Strategist Gee-Gee Law
Regular Pixafy visitors may have already encountered Gee-Gee’s work; we’re happy to have her on the team!
- 25 essential Twitter accounts for developers
Our team compiled some great Twitter accounts to follow as part of our regular internal discussion program; the collection has proven a hit!
- Dynamic virtual hosts using Apache mod_vhost_alias
After dropping off the list in March, Tariq’s post comes back strong for the April list!
- Women in Tech: Obstacles to overcome for success
Raechel’s articles always are thoughtful, but this one, evolving from a meet-up she attended, particularly struck a chord with readers.
- 12 tutorial sites recommended by Pixafy developers
Another list generated from our internal discussions, you’ll find some great resources here when you’re trying to learn or build skills!
- Using the shell_exec function to integrate PHP and server software
This deeper tech dive has maintained steady interest since it went live a year ago.
As always, we’d like to know what you’re reading, and enjoying, on our blog. Share with us your favorites in the comments!