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Time Tracking with Google Analytics

Simplify time tracking by using Analytics software already used by your project

Tuesday Aug 12, 2014 — 2 minute read — 396 words

Note - This post specifically mentions Google Analytics, but the principles would apply equally to any analytics software, like Piwik, for example. Time tracking is a pain. There are apps and services that can help. Nonetheless, it’s not the easiest thing to do. One solution I stumbled across lately is Google Analytics. It requires almost no effort and is quite accurate. How to Use Google Analytics for Time Tracking Simple insert the tracker into all pages and repositories/issue trackers you use.

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Anahita Social Custom Development Workflow

Ensure you get the latest code without overwriting custom core changes.

Monday Jul 14, 2014 — 2 minute read — 394 words

Anahita is a cool open-source social networking platoform written in PHP. It has a super-active, helpful community lead by Rastin Mehr. If you’re working on a website that’s powered by Anahita, you’ll want to keep up-to-date with the latest code changes via composer. If you’re not familiar with Composer, visit the project homepage to get up to speed. Updating the Anahita Codebase Updating the Anahita codebase is trivial with composer. Just cd into the root directory and run the following to get the latest and greatest: composer update Before you do that, though, read on.

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