Articles covering a range of subjects including LMS software, e-Learning guides & techniques, and an in-depth look at the trials and tribulations of running a small, self-funded software as a service business.
08 Jan 2016
This is a happy and sad moment for me - I’ve decided to drop BugMuncher’s support for Internet Explorer 7. You may be wondering why I’m a little saddened by this, as developing for old versions of Internet Explorer feels like being punished for the sins of past life.
05 Jan 2016
With the end of the year looming, I had predicted December to be a quiet month. I was pretty sure I wouldn't maintain my 10% month on month growth, as businesses would be winding down for the year. Sometimes it's good to be wrong.
18 Dec 2015
Back in October of last year, I was approached by a company named Inkia, asking if I'd be interested in having BugMuncher appear in an advertising campaign named “The Best Tools For Web Developers”. At this point, BugMuncher was still just my little side project, but I'd been considering trying some paid advertising.
11 Dec 2015
According to a recent report, WordPress is powering 58.8% of all websites, including some high profile sites like TechCrunch, Wired and Match.com. With over half of all websites being WordPress powered, it really shouldn’t have taken this long for BugMuncher to get its very own WordPress Plugin.
07 Dec 2015
Shopping cart abandonment is unavoidable, it’s not possible to achieve 0% abandonment, as there will always be some customers who add things to their cart, with out ever intending to purchase. Having said that, there are many things you can do to keep shopping cart abandonment to a minimum.
02 Dec 2015
November was definitely an interesting month, mostly because I executed on a minor pivot, and am now targeting BugMuncher specifically at eCommerce sites and online apps. The update has been really well received, and I personally think BugMuncher's UX is now by a wide margin the best it's ever been. But that's all stuff for a future post, as today it's all about the numbers.
24 Nov 2015
While there are many advantages to being a small start up with the "Move fast and break things" mentality, there are also disadvantages. One of which is that you are going to fuck up. Repeatedly.
11 Nov 2015
Suddenly it all comes rushing back to me - I'm in school, in a really boring lesson (usually History), and I've been day dreaming, maybe even actually sleeping. The teacher has asked me a question, and I have no idea what the answer is. I am the deer in the proverbial headlights.