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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 […] 

Work Hard Play Hard, part 2

Work Hard Play Hard, part 2

or How I Missed My Calling as a Low-Budget-Movie Creature Maker This continues the saga that is Halloween with my family (Part 1) It was great to hear my girls constantly asking for updates on what they lovingly referred to as my Groot Pants. I enjoyed taking the time to discuss (mostly explain) how and […] 

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 […] 

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 […] 

This One Simple Thing Will Make You a Better Developer

This One Simple Thing Will Make You a Better Developer

In Entreleadership, Dave introduces a document called a Key Results Area (KRA). A simple definition of a KRA is an outcome-oriented job description. Lately, I’ve been reflecting on this particular line: “Pull ‘no’ and all of its synonyms from your list of first responses. Explore solutions. Prioritize. Contribute ideas.” It’s very tempting to start saying […] 

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