Author name: Nathan Yeung

Nathan Yeung is a business-focused technology leader that builds bridges between business and technology by providing mentorship and leadership to new developers and brings value through precise software development, design and architecture. He lives by his slogan "Development as a Service" to help businesses succeed built with technology while serving his team of developers. As an experienced full-stack senior software engineer development leader with over 8 years of experience working in many industries such as e-commerce, finance, dental, and real estate, Nathan Yeung is a proven leader in delivering of business focused technology solutions from startups to large Fortune 500 companies. He has extensive experience designing, building, architecting web applications and solutions spanning a variety of web technologies most recently with Shopify, Liquid, JavaScript, AngularJS, Angular, ReactJS, Python, Postgres, AWS, Heroku, C# microservices, Docker and SQL. LEADERSHIP SKILLS Campus Recruiting | Interviewing Candidates | Mentoring | Developer Training | Leading Scrum Meetings SPECIALTIES E-commerce | SEO | Digital Marketing | Structured Data | Shopify Liquid | Front-end Web Development | Back-end Web Development | Microservices | Design and Architecture TECHNOLOGIES Shopify | WooCommerce | ReactJS | SASS | HTML | CSS | JavaScript | Python | Django | Pandas | Twitter Bootstrap | MongoDB | ElasticSearch | RabbitMQ

Solution to Google Apps: There is was a problem transitioning one or more of your accounts

If you have Google Apps and you just tried to upgrade your accounts but you got the error above. Remove the email associated to your domain from the google account via login at google accounts and going to my account and remove Then point your browser to Follow the instructions Log-out of your Google

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Disclaimer: Names, characters, business, events and incidents are the products of the author’s imagination. Jon Jones lived in Eagle, a small remote village twenty miles from Lakeside the nearest city. Jon was perusing Eagle’s Eye, the morning newspaper while eating his bacon and eggs breakfast when the telephone rang. Jon wasn’t too keen about being

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