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Matt Mathias
Denver, CO
Chief CMS Architect at BlueModus
Interests: Technology, Business, and Marketing
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BlueModus is currently hiring for the following positions: * . NET Developer (C#) * Kentico Developer * Front-End Developer (HTML5 / CSS) * iOS / Apple Developer * Android Developer * JAVA Developer If you are interested, or know of someone who might be interested please have them fill out... Continue reading
Posted Oct 4, 2011 at Architech
I am quite speechless right now. Justin Case and I have spent all day together with Trevor Eckhart (you may remember him as TrevE of DamageControl and Virus ROMs) looking into Trev's findings deep inside HTC's latest software installed on such phones as EVO 3D, EVO 4G, Thunderbolt, and others.... Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 3, 2011 at Architech
Recently, we released the Android version of Meridian, our platform for building location-based apps. via An excellent summary of the differences (good and bad) between developing on the two prevailing mobile platforms, Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 23, 2011 at Architech
McAfee says that the Android OS is having some issues with malware lately -- according to a new study from the anti-malware company, Android malware has grown by 76% over the past few months, sending the number of troublesome scripts out there to over 40. Some of the malware appears... Continue reading
Reblogged Aug 23, 2011 at Architech
iPhone Development: Auto-Incrementing Build Numbers for Release Builds in Xcode Jeff LaMarche recently posted an excellent solution for auto incrementing build numbers in Xcode without using avgtool. This is a great solution for people who just aren't getting the flexibility they want out of avgtool or are looking for an... Continue reading
Reblogged Jul 18, 2011 at Architech
In my last post on this subject I talked about how where you store your images in Kentico can have a large impact on your site performance. Today I am going to talk about a little problem I mentioned in the last post that can also have a large impact... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2011 at Architech
Andre' Your completely right. I touched on that in my post, but one of the reasons for using the CMS tree is security; you can restrict media libraries by permissions but only if you use "Permenant URLs" which in effect works the same way as the CMS Tree
It has been an embarrassing week for security firm HBGary and its HBGary Federal offshoot. HBGary Federal CEO Aaron Barr thought he had unmasked the hacker hordes of Anonymous and was preparing to name and shame those responsible for co-ordinating the group's actions, including the denial-of-service attacks that hit MasterCard,... Continue reading
Reblogged Feb 15, 2011 at Architech
This - my first official blog entry- will be about how to store your images and media using Kentico for maximum site responsiveness and perceived performance. There is quite a bit of information out there currently about how to tweak and tune Kentico performance in addition to tips on code... Continue reading
Posted Feb 14, 2011 at Architech
My name is Matt Mathias and I am a husband, father, and total geek. 10 years ago 2 life changing things happened to me; I married my wife, and I started a tech company(now called BlueModus) with my best friend(now the CTO of our company who ironically used to try... Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2011 at Architech
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Jan 26, 2011