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Musicians Make the Best Developers?

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One of my old professors used to say, “You know they are going to be a good developer because they were a musician first.” Huh?.

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Jeffrey Scornavacca
Improving

What Matters Most to Clients

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If you were to look my business card from 7 years ago, you would see a list of technologies: Oracle, MySQL, FileMaker, JavaScript, PLSQL, ODBC.

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Lisette Wilson
Improving

Permission to Fail… and to Succeed

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As small business owners, we must have some self-confidence to strike out on our own. If not, we would still be working for someone else..

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Mindfire Solutions
Doing

How You Can Utilize Off-Shore Talent to Grow Your Business

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One of the ways I’ve been able to grow my business over the last 12 years is by leveraging off-shore talent for company programming needs..

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Roger Jacques
Managing

Managing Remote Employees

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At Tek-Connect, we’ve fully embraced the trend to hire remote workers. In fact, we don’t have any more than two people in any given location..

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Jonathan Stark
Selling

Are you running your business at cost?

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A few months ago, a solo software developer told me that he had decided to “grow his business”. Toward that end, he decided to hire.

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Josh Smith
Managing

Architecture vs. Urban Planning

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Custom applications used to be like houses. You’d get a call about an application someone wanted to have written and you would spend some time.

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Seth Zurer
Doing

Designing Your Own Life

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Professionally, I’ve always been ambivalent. Database consulting has provided a bulwark of stability to counteract the shifting winds of my ever changing professional ambitions and.

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Doing

SEO-Friendly Blog Post Tips for Better Site Traffic

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Writing an SEO-friendly blog post brings a whole new level of marketing to your site than just plain writing a blog. Considering that most of.

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Managing

Technical Leadership: Finding Balance

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As leader of a team of six software developers, I get to see a wide variety of experience levels, coding styles, and effectiveness. I also.

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