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Learning Postcards: The software stack

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, February 9th, 2017 in Programming. No Comments

This is a short and pretty technical post. It just fills a void between researching on the needs, specifying the functions of the project, and the actual realization. I deliberately searched for the most innovative techniques for each technical need. It’s a way to challenge me to learn new tools and to be sure we […]

Introducing Slates in Kneaver

By Bruno Winck on Sunday, May 31st, 2015 in Methodology, New Features, Technology. No Comments

As I explained in a recent post Knowledge can be considered from the stock, repo point of view or from all the processes and flows contributing or using it. When adding the social integrations it became more obvious that user experience is best centered around Knowledge Processes, tasks or routines. Slates are user experience view […]

WordPress Configuration

By Bruno Winck on Friday, March 20th, 2015 in Customizing, Technology, WordPress. No Comments

For novices: You are now reading a post on a WordPress Blog. This post explains how it is setup. WordPress is also the CMS to manage all the static pages on the site. I manage many other WordPress site: either for personal interests or for other Kneaver related companies. Given most Kneaver users will end […]

How to maintain safely a WordPress Blog

By Bruno Winck on Saturday, November 22nd, 2014 in Technology, WordPress. No Comments

1. Background Tweeps from #lrnchat exchanged their concerns on maintaining their blogs. Since I have some background on the topic I felt I could share a few pro tips. Also, since WordPress is Kneaver preferred way to publish, it will interest Kneaver users. It is also an experiment for me to write something useful in […]