Tag: applications

New Salesforce Debug Log Option

There are some new options for Debug Logs in Salesforce with the Winter 16 release. You are now able to set specific log levels and start and stop times. The start and stop times might be an issue if you aren’t seeing any logs. The initial duration they get set to is very short. You […] 

Tooling Around

Every once in a while, I spend some time looking at the software tools I use daily. I enjoy tinkering, so looking at alternate tools or tweaking my current ones is a fun way to spend some downtime. Sometimes it’s a waste of time, but more often than not, I come away with a change […] 

Three Developer Lessons with Smart Money Smart Kids

Three Developer Lessons with Smart Money Smart Kids

I am blessed with the opportunity to work with great people every day—product owners, developers, creative, marketing, video production, copywriting (the list goes on and on). It’s one thing to have purposeful work and another to work with great people. I am thankful for both. Rachel Cruze is a #1 New York Times best-selling author […] 

5 Tips for New Web Developers

I’m a new developer with Ramsey Solutions and a recent graduate of the Nashville Software School . I learned lots of great stuff about developing at NSS, and that was where I really fell in love with it. For those who are getting started, here are a few tips. 1. Be patient with yourself. All […] 

We’re a Team Because It Matters

We’re a Team Because It Matters

Having a shared goal—a mission—has an incredibly positive impact on the quality of any team. I see this every day as I interact with developers on our team. If I were a developer, that wouldn’t come as a great surprise. At many companies, though, someone who is a Quality Assurance Analyst like me would be […] 

4 of My QGIS Mapping Mistakes

4 of My QGIS Mapping Mistakes

In my last post, I gave a really quick overview of how I used Quantum GIS (QGIS) to build some custom color-coded maps. That blog post came at the cost of a week or so of missteps. So, rather than making you learn from your own mistakes, I’ll lend you some of mine. 1. Choose […] 

Quality Assurance and Tech Support: A Match Made in Heaven

Quality Assurance and Tech Support: A Match Made in Heaven

Last time, I wrote about how user experience and quality assurance are BFFs. And that’s completely, 100%, without-a-doubt true. But there’s another team relationship that is mutually beneficial: tech support and quality assurance. Odds are, you’ve had a bad experience with technology. Maybe you’ve tried to order airline tickets online and run into issues. Maybe […] 

Work Hard, Play Hard

Work Hard, Play Hard

What is it like to work for a company that values family? Here at Lampo, it’s easy to get caught up in the great things we get to work on and how busy we all are. But here’s what’s different about this company and other companies: We work hard while we’re at work. And then […] 

Growing Developers

Growing Developers

The growth roadmap for a developer can vary from person to person. Unfortunately experience isn’t always a good indicator of talent or ability. “Do you have 20 years experience or do you have the same 1 year of experience twenty times?” –Scott Hanselman from I know apps How do we stretch beyond the same one […] 

Coloring Maps With QGIS

Coloring Maps With QGIS

Maybe it’s just me, but I think maps are cool. There’s just something satisfying about seeing the whole country spread out in front of you . . . and then scribbling all over it. Recently, I was delving into some business numbers and began to get the sense that if I could plot the numbers […] 

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