Monthly Archives: March 2010

The Continuing Education of the Dedicated Web Developer

Your first job as a web developer is to deliver great service to your clients. Without that, you’re sunk. Sure, you may bring in the occasional customer, or a whole lot of customers. But without good word of mouth and … Continue reading

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How PCI Compliance Affects Your Clients with More than One Location

Adherence to PA-DSS guidelines is an issue of grave severity that should occupy the number-one position on the list of priorities for every web developer and e-commerce solutions provider on the planet. (And those who would claim exemption from this … Continue reading

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What’s in an Acronym? PCI, Explained

You’re probably sitting there thinking, “Hey, I’m a web developer—not a credit card processing expert!” and your argument may elicit a nod of agreement from most people. But the bottom line is, if you want to become a successful r3sellers.com … Continue reading

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