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Meet Our Newest Software & DevOps Engineer

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Name: Brad Angelcyk Role: Software Engineer / DevOps Engineer Favorite Food: Wings Fun Fact: I’m currently self-educating on the art of lock picking. Why you love what you do: Software engineering is always evolving and will always find new ways to challenge me. Strength: I’m an overall generalist and am skilled in DevOps, SysOps, full-stack, … Continued

Meet Our Newest Software Developer

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Name: Conner Shannon Role: Software Developer Favorite Food: Thai Food Fun Fact: I’m partially colorblind Why you love what you do: Solving challenging problems is rewarding Strength: Skilled in mobile development

New Faces: pt III

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Please help us extend a warm welcome to our newest team members! Name: Dave Poskevich Role: Agile Coach Favorite Food: Thai Basil Chicken Why you love what you do: No two people are the same; no two teams are the same. That uniqueness makes for exciting opportunities to help teams work better together. Fun fact: … Continued

We’re Proud To Join The Dwolla Partner Ecosystem

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But what does that mean, exactly? Let’s take a step back… If you haven’t heard of this powerhouse, Dwolla Inc. is a local Des Moines, Iowa financial technology company offering businesses an onramp to the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network, the electronic funds-transfer system used by U.S. financial institutions that moves $51 trillion annually. With … Continued

New Faces: Pt II

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Well, well, looky here-even more new faces in the We Write Code Office! Take a minute to stop and say hello.  Name: Zach Smith Role: Software Developer Favorite Food: Coffee is a food, right? Why you love what you do: Software Development is a field that never gets old, there are always plenty of new … Continued

Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’

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Workin’ 9 to 5 (by the end of this post Dolly Parton’s song will be stuck in your head) is a really interesting topic when you start digging into its origins. Also referred to as the 8-hour day, or a 40-hour week, Wikipedia indicates it was first started during the Industrial Revolution in Britain by James Deb … Continued