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Managing Software Projects Across Time Zones (How do they do it?)

Posted by Matthew Tabin on Oct 28, 2019

New technology and innovations mean that we’re in a golden age when it comes to collaboration. Software and other projects can now be delegated across the world, but making this happen can be a challenge for first-timers and seasoned pros alike. One of the biggest issues is time zones. How exactly do you keep a team in sync when they are likely working at different times? Here are some tips on how to manage this scenario.

We're Officially Adding WordPress Services to Our Offerings!

Posted by Matthew Tabin on Mar 27, 2019

We’re excited to jump headfirst into making our custom Wordpress services an official offering to businesses and clients who can really benefit from it. We listen to our clients and use our skills, time, and energy to create or improve a website. We know what we’re capable of and when it comes to WordPress, we’re on our way!

Developing Your Developers

Posted by Matthew Tabin on Jan 10, 2019

Being a developer is a bit like learning non-programming languages. More immersion and time spent with a new language means more competency. Make certain developers are following good principles. When a comfort zone is established, take them out of it periodically. Give the development team room within the day-to-day or week-to-week to broaden their knowledgebase and feel challenged. Let them code, experiment, learn, make mistakes, and ultimately flourish on their own, especially if there really isn’t room for new technologies or taking any risks while they’re on the clock.

It’s Been A Good Year!

Posted by Matthew Tabin on Dec 28, 2018

We had a wonderful 2018 and are looking forward to 2019!

Make It New!

Posted by Matthew Tabin on May 27, 2016

Are you aware that, right now, you might be stagnating and not even know it? Whether it is your's or your team’s skill set, some of your processes or your company itself, something of value may be in danger of becoming obsolete. Maybe not in the immediate future, but at some point. Maybe sooner than you think. As leaders, makers, entrepreneurs, builders, engineers and developers (add as many additional labels as you want) it is our job to grow, improve and adapt. It is our job to make it new.

What's Next?

We're Ready!