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Why Upgrade to SilverStripe 4?

Ryan McLaren, an avid supporter of the recent upgrade to SilverStripe 4 and guest author of this post, discusses the reasons why upgrading to SS4 may be a great step for you or your company.

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Archive: December, 2017

What a year it has been

For our last post of 2017, we wanted to thank the community for yet another incredible year for SilverStripe. We take a look at some of our achievements in 2017 and what you should know about our availability over the holiday period. 

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Chaotic or Lawful - What does your documentation say about you?

There are different types of developers each with their own habits and processes. In this blog, Danae Miller-Clendon, a web developer from Toast, classifies the types of developers and their methodologies to documentation. Read more to find out which classification you fit into.

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Terms - the lost art of understanding

The purpose of terminology is to ease conversation and clarify understanding, but can often have the opposite effect. In this blog post, Chris Joe discusses why more thought should be put into the use of terms to increase understanding and reduce exclusion.

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A Partner's View: Why We Use SilverStripe

SilverStripe is the CMS of choice for a large number of different users. In this guest post, Séalan Cronin outlines why SilverStripe is the CMS that Made Media chooses to use, and what makes it so user-friendly.

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StripeCon New Zealand 2017 - A recap

At the end of last month we put on the first StripeCon New Zealand event. It had the social fabric of a meetup, but the variety of talks and diversity of an international conference. In this blog post Aaron Carlino recaps StripeCon and what made it a success.

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Agile Accounts - a successful Agile adoption

The SilverStripe Accounts Team took the leap to become Agile two and a half years ago. While the team may have changed since then, the Agile processes are still going strong. Here we outline how Agile works within the Accounts Team and the positive effect it has had.

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