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Transforming Distributed Workforces

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Distributed workforces, where teams are spread across more than one physical location, are not a new concept, but the pandemic has pushed many companies to adopt hybrid models of work and has further shifted the balance of work from analog to digital. In this article, we share some of the technical, procedural, and cultural challenges … Continued

How to Get Noticed When Applying to WWC

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Do you know any developers looking for new career opportunities? We Write Code is growing and would love to hear from you! Before heading over to our careers page, however, check out our tips for getting noticed and making a solid first impression when applying to We Write Code. Get to Know Us Taking the … Continued

A Developer’s Approach to Payroll Taxes

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As many Americans already know, taxes are neither simple nor straightforward. Lookup tables, conditional branching, dynamic calculations, and numerous provisions add complexity to an otherwise linear process. That goes double (maybe triple) for fintech applications involving taxes, such as payroll processing platforms. We Write Code takes on our fair share of payment platform engineering and … Continued

Fintech & ACH

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Prepare your Platform for ACH Updates New Nacha mandates around Automated Clearing House (ACH) fraud detection and account validation are here! If your business or platform uses ACH transfers, We Write Code can provide the technical resources and due diligence to meet and maintain compliance, reduce risk, and avoid costly fines. About ACH and Nacha … Continued

Perspectives and Partnerships: Part Two

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In our last post on partnerships, we put context to what a partnership is, and how we build and maintain our various partnerships at client and agency levels. In this post we’re going to dig into building and maintaining some of the not-so-obvious partnerships within We Write Code. Internal Partnerships As software specialists, we’re no … Continued

Perspectives and Partnerships: Part One

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In this two-part series, we explore the value of building partnerships across your organization by discussing the diverse relationships we build, grow, and maintain at We Write Code. Partnerships are relationships Let’s distinguish between partnerships and relationships before we move on to other contexts. While we often use them interchangeably, a partnership is a special … Continued

Looking Back

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As a developer, looking back on code you wrote 9 months ago is typically a rough thing to do. It’s typically filled with self doubt, loathing, and questions like, “Why did I do this?” or “What was I thinking implementing X this way?” or “Isn’t it obvious this could be refactored into 80% less code … Continued

IT Staffing & Recruiting – What Sets Us Apart

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Throughout my career, I’ve often been asked “What makes you different from your competition?” From a hiring leader perspective, there are multiple staffing agencies reaching out to them daily to procure a meeting or business. From a job seeker perspective, they have many agency options to choose from when it comes to representing them for … Continued

Building on Success: Technology Staffing

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Over the past six years, We Write Code has grown in many different ways—from increasing the size of our software development capabilities, to creating new specialized roles for management and delivery of successful projects. We’ve seen high volume growth thanks to the client partnerships that we have formed across the country, and the quality solutions … Continued

Introducing Our New Director of Technology Staffing & Recruiting

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Get to Know We Write Code’s Director of Technology Staffing & Recruiting, Erin Wells! Erin brings years of experience delivering top-notch technical staffing, recruiting, and account management to organizations in need of IT personnel. Name: Erin Wells Role: Director of Technology Staffing & Recruiting Favorite Food: Anything Mexican! Just can’t get enough of it Fun … Continued