Stu Furlong

Stu-Furlong
Stu has been working with us at Americaneagle.com for 6 years. He studied Multimedia Design at DeVry University and has 9 years of experience working in front end development. Stu works on many projects with a focus on standardizing code for Sitefinity front end developers. He also assists his fellow FEDs with complex issues when a problem arises.

Stu has been playing bass guitar for 15 years, and can be shy until you get to know him - unless he's talking about development!
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Nov
02

Sitefinity User Group Recap

I’ve been attending Sitefinity User Groups for nearly 5 years now, I’ve even presented at more than a handful myself. Going into last night’s user group I had a good expectation for how it would go: there would be standing presentations, a follow up Q/A section, and of course pizza.

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Sitefinity-Development-Blog
Sep
06

Sitefinity Resource Packages: To Bootstrap or not to Bootstrap? (Part 1)

If I compiled a list of words front end developers hear the most, “Bootstrap” would be very high in the ranks. The most well-known front end framework created by Twitter is reportedly used on over 10 million websites and applications at the moment.

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Web-Development
May
24

What is Project Feather and How Will It Affect Your Website?

In September of 2014 Progress released its initial build of Project Feather, an add-on for their Sitefinity Content Management System, which changes how the CMS can be coded.

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