Tag: social networking

Cotton Court Christmas party in aid of Derian House

Last Friday, nine members of the Magma Digital team attended the Christmas party organised by Cotton Court in aid of Derian House. Derian House is a Lancashire based hospice for children with life shortening conditions. We thought this was a brilliant cause and we were more than happy to donate presents for the children. The event was

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Magma Digital Speaking at PHPNW

At this months PHPNW User Group, two of our developers took to the stage to present two of the seven lightning talks. The aim of these talks was similar to the philosophy of Pecha Kucha. The idea of Pecha Kucha is a simple one; 20 slides for 20 seconds per slide. Lightning talks work on

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Why you should talk to our PHP developers at parties

Our development team have a considerable advantage over other normal web development agencies. After working here for a short while, they stop being a PHP developer and they become a PHP consultant; a business analyst even. Typically, developers gain experience by working in different companies. Each company has its own procedures, business models and idiosyncrasies.

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Magma Digital at LAMP and Beyond

Web development has an ever-changing landscape with new technologies emerging every day. Choosing which technologies to adopt and invest in can be a daunting task, which is why we firmly believe in getting involved in the community that surrounds your programming language and development approaches. If you would like to know more about a particular technology

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Win a Free Ticket to Whisky Web

The Competition Six of the Developers at Magma Digital Ltd will be heading up to Whisky Web on the 13th and 14th of April 2012 in Edinburgh. We strongly believe in supporting the web community and to show you just how much we care, we’re giving away one free ticket to Whisky Web along with two

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Where is the responsibility? – Find out at ‘Preston Social’ Tues 25th Oct

“With the news that a father in Northern Ireland is suing Facebook over suggestive photos of his 12 year old girl posted on the site, the question of whose responsibility it is to ensure that children and young people are safe online is getting more heated. Is it the responsibility of the makers of websites, the parents,

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Catch up, social networking, new staff …

It’s been ages since I’ve blogged, partly since I’ve continued to keep up with twitter.com, which is a little like blogging but in text message size bites – some call it your life between blog posts. We’ve included a feed on the right hand side of this site or follow me or Priscilla directly. Along

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