Free At Last

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At Vesess, we've always prided ourselves on our commitment to Free Software. A quick glance through our projects will show you that much of our work is based around FOSS solutions like Wordpress, Drupal and MODx. Therefore, to us, this announcement we're making today is just another footfall in the right direction. For a while now, all Vesess production machines have been running GNU/Linux, and with the launch of Vesess v5, we are proud to say that it will be our platform of choice from now on.

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Number Five

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Hello and welcome to another iteration of Vesess.com. We know we've been silent for a while, and we're sorry, we really are. However, no posts does not necessarily mean no work. Behind the scenes, our code monkeys have been working overtime. So, as Vesess v5 launches, we're also readying ourselves to release a brand spanking new project that'll roxor your soxors (or boxors, depending on your persuasion).

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Death to the trees

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During my pre-teen years, I read a lot. From Enid Blyton books to magazines, I always had something made of dead trees in my hand. I had an active imagination, and books appealed to me because they allowed me to create a and inhabit a world of my own, even if it was just for an afternoon.

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Web Apps 101

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So you want to write a web app? Vesess welcomes you and a million others to this primer on developing your first web based application. By the end of this post you should have a better idea of how to approach web development in the post-basecamp era. Let's start with the basics.

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