Daniel Puglisi

Daniel Puglisi

Desk Hunt Joined over 5 years ago

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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, in reply to Todd Padwick , Jul 12, 2017

    As I said, I think it depends on what a client needs.

    What was the clients reason for changing up the page structure that often?

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  • Posted to What CMS for designer/front end developers?, Jul 07, 2017

    Depends on what's needed. I mostly built custom solutions with Rails based on the update frequency a client has.

    Editable page trees? My experience is most people don't need a feature like that. Most pages don't change their site structure in years and content maybe changes once a year. Even built a gem just for this.

    If something changes once a month or more frequent – like blog posts – that might warrant building a feature for it. But even then. It all comes down to who manages the sites content / updates. If the customer doesn't want to learn how to handle the CMS and you have to apply all updates, go with something you enjoy working with. I for myself didn't like working with Wordpress and went full "static" for most of my clients. Clients are happy they don't need to learn a complex CMS and I'm happy I can deliver fast updates with a few lines of code and a git push.

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  • Posted to Looking for a cofounder..., in reply to Joanna Jiang , Jun 29, 2017

    Thanks for the insight Joanna!

    As for the consideration as an admin, I've to thankfully decline. I'm trying to get my own projects off the ground. Adding something new would only distract me and that isn't going to help anyone – especially not your community :)

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  • Posted to Looking for a cofounder..., in reply to Joanna Jiang , Jun 28, 2017

    This is great! You've achieved more than 90% ever will. Don't give up now. I know it's hard and can be frustrating sometimes. I can recommend reading The Slight Edge. It's about progress and putting in the work day after day.

    May I ask how you gained this many users for your Slack community?

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  • Posted to The Press Release Is Dead. Here Are Its Replacements, Dec 02, 2015

    Thanks for sharing Robleh. Currently working on a new product and doing research on how and where to market it. This delivers another piece of the puzzle.

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  • Posted to AMA: Marshall, Jon, David – Co-Founders of Need/Want, in reply to David Myers , Aug 27, 2015

    Those things are highly dangerous. My cofounder and me buyed a one wheel segway (basically a Airwheel without branding) from Alibaba.

    Second day, driving on the sidewalk, losing my balance, fake Airwheel flies into oncoming traffic and misses a car by about 2mm. Never touched that thing again.

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  • Posted to Home office desk of software designer and developer Aubrey Johnson, in reply to Yannik Schweinzer , Aug 23, 2015

    Thanks Yannik. Would love to see what you came up with!

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  • Posted to Home office desk of software designer and developer Aubrey Johnson, in reply to Jim Silverman , Aug 21, 2015

    Fixed. Thanks for the hint :)

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  • Posted to Workspace of a minimalist coder, Jul 08, 2015

    I'm currently looking for some interesting people and desks to interview. Any recommendations?

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  • Posted to The expressive web (or lack thereof), Jun 25, 2015

    Friend of mine wrote a good article about this called The Death of Individuality online.

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