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12-10-2010 @ 4:18PM
I think Blizzard has their work cut out updating their current XML feeds. It takes a long time (and it's often inconsistent) to display changes to characters, achievements and even the new guild leveling and achievements can take longer than 24 hours to appear.However, it's a great idea, and hopefully *should* be more efficient if done by Blizzard themselves. Maybe they could offer this guy a job. ;)
12-10-2010 @ 4:25PM
If I needed a web developer, I'd hire him- read his developer blog. It's little things, but this site is one of those rare sites that's done so right, I can't think of any improvements.
12-10-2010 @ 6:22PM
Last time I looked at the site, Dath'Remar wasn't implemented, so I didn't stay long. Visiting it again, I'm already hooked. Being able to have all the data behind the trends really does inspire confidence in purchasing.
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