Category Archives: WordPress

WordPress Security Breach

WorePress logoWe’re seeing reports this morning that a massive security breach associated with WordPress 4.7.0 and 4.7.1 has apparently led to the defacement of up to 1.9 million pages across almost 40,000 domains.

Upgrading to version 4.7.2 should fix the issue and WordPress urges anyone who hasn’t already updated to do so immediately. WordPress actually announced the security issue in a blog post at the beginning of February, but apparently there are still many sites that either weren’t aware or didn’t realize how serious the issue really is.

If you or anyone you know is running a WordPress site, please make sure it is updated to 4.7.2 as quickly as possible.

Floating (and coding) on Cloud9

Cloud9 logoI was always a bit skeptical of the whole Cloud IDE thing, that was until recently when I gave Cloud9 a shot. I must admit, I was surprised when I read the Engineering Orientation wiki page for one of our clients, Vroom.com, as it suggested I create a Cloud9 IDE account as part of my project setup. What??

I figured I’d give it a try…

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AMI sees record-breaking traffic

Radar Online and AMI logos We are super proud to announce that our client American Media, Inc., reported record-breaking traffic during the month of August! Across all AMI’s digital properties, their number of unique visitors reached 55 million visitors during the month – up 17% over August 2015!

AMI – whose sites are hosted on our own HeartyHosting platform – attracts over 33 million unique monthly visitors to their Celebrity Network and about 13 million unique visitors with their Active Lifestyle category. Their leading sites in these groups are Radar Online and Men’s Fitness, respectively.

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OUT NOW: WordPress 4.4

WordPress logoWordPress 4.4 – dubbed “Clifford” after jazz trumpet great Clifford Brown – is out now with some significant improvements. Along with better responsive image handling, the RestAPI has been better integrated to give “developers an easy way to build and extend RESTful APIs on top of WordPress.” The clean “Twenty Sixteen” theme is also a new addition, promising even better responsive design across platforms. Check out the teaser video from the folks at WordPress:

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Calling all WordPress Developers!

WorePress logoIf you’re skilled in front-end Web development – HTML5/CSS3, JavaScript – and have a couple of years experience working with WordPress under your belt, we need you now! We have immediate, full-time opportunities in New York City for smart developers to join an established team of passionate, open-source-centric engineers. If you’ve worked with Google Publisher Tags, and have a little PHP experience – so much the better!

To apply, please email your resumé to jobsny@boylesoftware.com today!

Click here to review all of our current job listings…

Boyle Software wants you!

Boyle Software technologiesBoyle Software continues to roll with great project work for our clients both new and old!

Most positions are based here in New York City or nearby in the tri-state area. Smart local developers with a passion for open source technologies should check out our various opportunities and email us their resumes!

We’re looking for both back- and front-end Web developers and mobile engineers, drawing on a wide array of languages, frameworks, and platforms: Java, PHP, MySQL, MongoDB, iOS/Objective-C, JavaScript, AngularJS, NodeJS, HTML/CSS, SaSS, etc. Sound like the stuff you like to use or want to learn? Send us your resume now!