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Kentico Connection Boston 2013

Michael Kinkaid

Director of Application Development

Kentico Connection Boston 2013

September 25, 2013 / Technology / Permalink

I'm on the plane heading back to Toronto as I jot this down. The 2013 Kentico Conference in Boston just wrapped up a few hours ago and, although physically tired, my brain is dashing around chasing all the pretty new Kentico features and ideas that were presented.

Building a Real-time Web App with SignalR and KnockoutJS

Enzo Marchioni

Senior Developer

Building a Real-time Web App with SignalR and KnockoutJS

July 24, 2013 / Technology / Permalink

The Munk Debates live poll application was created to capture audience feedback throughout the course of their spring debate on taxing the rich. In order to create an engaging user experience for audience members, ecentricarts developed a user-friendly and responsive web application that leverages ‘real-time’ functionality.

Internship 101

Cassie Kaiser

Interactive Designer

Internship 101

June 12, 2013 / Culture / Permalink

My time at eca taught me a lot about the industry, about office life and about myself as a designer. I was able to overcome my fear of presenting to a client, improve my design skills considerably and learn about the intricacies of creating user-friendly, accessible and beautiful websites.

ecentricarts Turns 13!

Keith Durrant

Founder & President

ecentricarts Turns 13!

February 27, 2013 / Culture / Permalink

My how time flies - our adolescent years as a studio are now behind us and we have become a teenager. The last year has been an exceptional year for ecentricarts. Looking back there are many highlights we’d like to share.

DesignThinkers 2012

Mark Staplehurst

Director of Innovation

DesignThinkers 2012

November 15, 2012 / Culture / Permalink

Last week the ecentricarts design department attended DesignThinkers; Canada’s largest annual design conference. The highlights were many indeed and were overshadowed only by the fun we artisans had spending time together in the company of our community talking about what we love.

Top 7 in Kentico 7

Michael Kinkaid

Director of Application Development

Top 7 in Kentico 7

October 03, 2012 / Technology / Permalink

Kentico 7 has been released and is running rampant throughout our office. There are some really exciting features, some much needed UI enhancements and some additions that have us scratching our head a little. In order to keep this blog post to a reasonable size, and to facilitate a catchy title, we have limited our praise to what we feel are the top 7 features.

Kentico Connection 2012

Michael Kinkaid

Director of Application Development

Kentico Connection 2012

October 03, 2012 / Technology / Permalink

We're just back from the 2012 Kentico Connection in Denver, Colorado, USA. Keith, Sean, Fisseha and I went down to present a case study on ecentricarts' recent Bell Media project. All in all, it went grand, even with the obligatory Power Point technical snafu.

Breaking out the View Master

Michel Blondeau

Founder & CEO

Breaking out the View Master

September 06, 2012 / Culture / Permalink

Well, I must confess that I’m at a loss for words - a rare occurrence for my rather fast moving lips. To each and every one of you – client, supporter, staff, or partner - who have made my years here at the company some of the best years of my working life, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

When Content Migration is Like Shaving

Yoav Atzmony

Senior Developer

When Content Migration is Like Shaving

July 11, 2012 / Technology / Permalink

Recently, I worked on a project where we migrated an intranet from a custom PHP CMS with over 3000 pages, to Kentico V6. This content migration (my first with Kentico) went very smoothly. That's right, I used the words smooth and migration together.

Trees for Bugs: Nurturing Technology Excellence

Sarah Pengelly

Front End Team Lead

Trees for Bugs: Nurturing Technology Excellence

April 12, 2012 / Technology / Permalink

As part of the Trees For Bugs programme run by the Kentico CMS software firm, any newly identified bugs that are reported by our developers will see a tree planted either in the developer’s name or on behalf of someone they want to recognize.

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