After taking a look back through our 2014 year in review: here we discovered something interesting… We got a little lost in technology this year.  Who hasn’t?  When we look back over our most popular articles of all time, we see common themes.  SDLC, custom solutions, consulting, DNN, etc.  All things we DO.  All things we LOVE TO DO.  So, why all the tech articles?  We’ll, they’re so nice and new and shiny.  Everyone is talking about them.  However, the readers have spoken and it’s time for us to get back on track!

To recap, here are our most popular articles:

Building Custom Software Solutions: SDLC – Applied Best Practices

I have developed a series of articles for you to break down the steps involved in developing Custom Software Solutions.  Let me show you what it looks like inside the process…

SDLC Overview

SDLC, or Software Development Life Cycle, is a process classified into a set of phases. These phases, or steps, provide a model for the development and lifecycle management of an…

Why DotNetNuke?

Susan and I formed J&S Tech Designs in 2007 in response to the success that we had using DotNetNuke to build a website for a local political organization….

Business Management Consulting Solutions

If your company is considering working with Expert Consultants, you probably want to know what to expect. The main element you should understand about business management…

When should you engage with a Retail Operations Consultant?

So this year, for our New Year’s resolution, we are going to get back to what we do best.  What our company is all about.  Custom development and design, SDLC, UI/UX, consulting services, DNN and website building -these will lead the pack.  We do love technology.  It is the basis for all the other things we do.  So, we won’t be cutting it out.  We’ll just be balancing it out.  And isn’t that what New Year’s resolutions are supposed to be?

Creating balance.  Also, losing 20 lbs.  Cutting out M&Ms. So those are our goals.  Minus cutting out M&Ms because that’s just cruel.  We hope you’ll continue to read along with us and give us some feedback about the types of articles you’d like to see here.  Comment below, reach out on social media, share your business resolutions with us for 2015.  We’re all ears.  Or eyes, you know, because you’re typing.