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301 redirect chains and non-canonicalized www URLs can have adverse impacts on SEO. Fortunately, both problems can be solved with some simple updates to your .htaccess file.
Aurora is proud to announce the RISE Award, which offers a free provisional U.S. patent application or $5,000 towards a non-provisional U.S. patent application to a selected applicant.
The web is full of resources talking about AWS, but coverage is incredibly fragmented. This is the single, curated AWS overview that I wished I had when getting started with cloud computing and Amazon Web Services. My hope is that it will serve as a conceptual getting started guide for developers, managers, and executives looking to get a more holistic understanding of how all of this tremendous power and flexibility fits together.
The COVID-19 crisis has triggered a tsunami of folks working from home. This has spurred a ton of questions from friends, family, and not yet liberated former colleagues about remote work. As someone who’s been an IC, senior executive, and now co-founder of distributed companies, I have some thoughts.
We’ve previously examined why the measures being taken to combat COVID-19 are right and necessary, but now we’re going to take a closer look at how this might impact the startup economy, what the future could hold, and what you should be doing proactively.
The CARES Act was signed into law on March 27th, providing a much needed wave of stimulus for individuals and businesses. A key provision of this act is the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which will provide $349 billion worth of debt forgivable loans to small businesses impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
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About the Author
Josh Sloat is the co-founder of Aurora Consulting. He lives and works remotely from Northern Michigan. Josh has been developing software and leading cross-disciplinary teams for the past two decades, with broad-ranging experience in mobile, web and desktop technologies. When he’s not solving first world tech problems, he spends his time as a domestic engineer (loving father and husband), avid backcountry adventurer, and aspiring landscape photographer. Go deeper or say hello.