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Fun with Photoshop and cross-browser CSS

The consensus wasn't to go live with the new site straight away after all but to create a better impression on the public by waiting on the final design and within no time at all Jordan had worked his graphical magic and delivered the goods.
I was supplied with a .psd mockup and got busy with [...]

Getting ready to launch infurious.com

I’m preparing to push my code for the new Infurious site into production so we can start selling our first application, Rickshaw.
The site’s not too pretty but It Works and our freshly recruited designer Jordan has some interesting ideas for the next iteration. All the important stuff is present: people can download Rickshaw, purchase a [...]

Infurious in person

I met my co-conspirator Aidan in person for the first time today. He's over here in sunny Belfast for a while and is working up on the third floor of the same building as myself, so we had a bit of lunch and got chatting about our plans for the future, our experiences of working [...]

Infurious Update

Just a quick update on what I’ve been working on for Infurious recently.
Since finishing up on configuring Jabber I’ve been developing our website with the specific aim of allowing customers to download our products and purchase licenses for them.
For this I’ve returned to CakePHP and been tinkering with the PHP portion of the AquaticPrime framework [...]

Reinventing IRC – Jabber is go

After a lot of frustration, reading of documentation and even giving up completely on certain paths of action I finally got Jabber up and running. The “Jabber burnout” as Adian called it was terrible and only now do I feel de-stressed enough to write about it.

I initially setup an installation of jabberd2 as I have [...]

Back in Mac

I’m writing this on the shiny iMac Matt dropped off the other night. As it stood, I was the only guy in Infurious not on the Mac platform, which is a pretty fundamental prerequisite for working in a Mac shop, don’t you think?
I’m having to get re-used to the keyboard again and the mouse is [...]

mod_python, trac and ubuntu no go

As I previously mentioned, my current task as Infurious system admin is providing the team with a bug/task tracking system, namely Trac.
My initial thought was: “our server runs Ubuntu, this should be easy…”
I could get Trac running via tracd and I could see that mod_python was working via mod_python.testhandler but the two didn’t [...]

With Infurious Intent

It’s been a busy week. The lads and myself have been quite industrious, making plans and Getting Things Done.
I’ve taken on responsibility of taking care of the Linux side of things and last night finished setting up an SSL enhanced, WebDAV accessible Subversion repository, for which Aidan has written an introductory guide.
My current task is [...]