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Welcome, Marcela Ospina!

It’s always wonderful to round up the year having signed a new client. We’d like to give a big urban espresso welcome to our latest client, Marcela Ospina! 111 more words

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Welcome, Flume!

We’re really excited to welcome our newest client (who will officially be on board with urban espresso from January 2015) – the ever awesome, Flume! In a nutshell, Flume is a digital marketing agency (which was started by Jacques du Bruyn and Ruan Oosthuizen in 2013) with the main aim being “to bring business to their client’s business.” Flume does this by creating brand awareness, building brand reputation and making sure that the funnel and mechanism is optimised for results. 119 more words

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Managing ElasticSearch metadata

ElasticSearch is a schema-less search engine. This means that we dont need to have a fixed structure during time. A document can be indexed once with a defined structure and later with a new property. 4,082 more words


Totally nuts for running

It is widely known that Carel Nolte, Prinicipal at carelnolte.com is an avid runner (with an insatiable desire to challenge himself.) On this topic, the team over at Nutreats chatted to Carel about all things running, goals and challenges, which culminated in this pretty cool feature… 30 more words

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The ultimate business weapon?

The theme of creativity is one that is frequently spoken about, and is a topic that is not quite as clear-cut as most people would think. 54 more words

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Kgomotso Mautloa kills it on CliffCentral

Kgomotso Mautloa, Creative Director and founder of Green Robot Design, is no stranger to media interviews. Earlier this year he was interviewd on un-radio online station, CliffCentral, where he spoke to the Kellman On CliffCentral team about all things Green Robot Design. 15 more words

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Translating the player (plugins)

One of the two last big issues of the player before releasing the first public beta version is next to adding keyboard shortcuts the missing… 411 more words