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Of coffee and WordPress at 15

If you were having coffee with me I would tell you that WordPress turns 15 today initial release date 27 May 2003. How about that! 506 more words

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Figuring out missing references (dlls)

We had a nasty little bug in one of our development stage Episerver projects. Everything ran and worked smoothly, but one day Episerver’s error logs started to report an exception regarding the Episerver.Find.Commerce module. 352 more words

Episerver

E Commerce solutions provider in Saudi Arabia

E Commerce solutions provider in Saudi Arabia

Get listed your products online and sell globally. Start selling your products, services globally on internet. e commerce industry is fastest growing industry in Saudi Arabia. 69 more words

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How to Choose a CMS: A Beginner's Guide

Choosing the right tools to build your website is one of the most important business decisions you will make.

Arguably, the best place to start is with something known as a content management system (CMS). 585 more words

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Red states find there’s no free pass on Medicaid changes

http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/388689-red-states-find-theres-no-free-pass-on-medicaid-changes-from-trump

Red states are getting a reality check from the Trump administration in just how conservative they can remake their Medicaid programs.

Earlier this month, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) rejected a request from Kansas to limit Medicaid eligibility to just three years. 710 more words

UPIC

I admit that I was a little hopeful, if not disillusioned, when the new UPICs came to my attention.  After verifying that UPIC was not a ZPIC with a typo, I thought that maybe this was a special type of audit where you got to pick the charts you wanted to be reviewed like some people pick their own lottery numbers.  1,010 more words

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CMS Release 21st May 2018

Good news everyone!

We have another build of the CMS for you and would you believe it, it’s already live! Damn productive for a Monday morning. 620 more words

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