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Traditional eCommerce: Traditional solutions are coupled, meaning the front-end is directly correlated with the back-end code and infrastructure, and this creates a hindrance for any desired customizations. One customization requires edits all the way back to the database layer. Imagine working with a SaaS application and having to make an edit to your workflow or even adding a data field. This would require a skilled full-stack developer that is very familiar with the required steps or has an ‘in’ with the company that can make it happen!

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Find out more about how Scalyr built a proprietary database that does not use text indexing for their log management tool.

Attach the bamboo poles to the inside of the torso with duct tape.

Try inserting the poles into your backpack and then cut the bamboo to the right height for the opening of the dress to sit at your actual neck when you are wearing the backpack. Your head should fit comfortably under the dummy's bust and in the bride's hands.

It may be helpful to lay the costume on the floor and try it on while lying down so you do not need an assistant to help you get the fit right.

Once the bamboo poles are the right length you can secure them inside the backpack with duct tape or create channels for them to slip into by sewing two lines down either side of where they should fit in the backpack.

The Wowhead Client is a little application we use to keep our database up to date, and to provide you with some nifty extra functionality on the website!  

The 33-foot Went-Way, according to state and federal fishing records, is owned by Christopher J. Wayrynen of Rockport. Wayrynen could not be reached for comment Friday.

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