Category Archives: Blog

Web Developers & Web Designers

I recently spoke with a friend of mine who is a web developer but somehow secured an interview for a web design position. This article will address several issues. First, I will clarify the confusion surrounding the terms web design and web development. Next, I will show ways to bridge the gap between web design Continue Reading...

Four Common Objections to ColdFusion Refuted

I recently wrote an article entitled, “ColdFusion is Alive and Well!” and in that article, I listed some of the reasons why ColdFusion is NOT dead as some assert and how small to medium sized business can leverage ColdFusion for their web applications. As the comments streamed in, one user Abdul Raheem, astutely noted four Continue Reading...

Why We Switched to the Google Webmail Interface

In the past I’ve used gmail for my personal e-mail and my own webmail systems for business e-mail. I have my Outlook program configured to receive e-mail from all servers and bring it into my common inbox. This has worked for me for years. However, recently I bought a new laptop for travel and rather Continue Reading...

ColdFusion is Alive and Well!

TSI Applications has been developing Adobe’s ColdFusion applications since 2001 and although many say it on the decline we have not seen it. There are a vast number of websites with existing ColdFusion back-ends which are not being converted to PHP or .NET and we have seen an increase in new ColdFusion implementations as well. This Continue Reading...

Get To Know Your Clients

It is important that contractors do not forget that clients want to talk. Remember, at its core, a business is really just a group of people working together for a common goal and like any people they thrive on intrapersonal relationships. Everyone wants to feel that they have a special relationship with the person on the other end of the phone, video, e-mail, text, or social media line. When clients feel important, like a friend instead of just a customer, a relationship develops. A casual...