Should you invest in custom software?

We’ve worked with over 100 companies in the last 10 years to build custom software that has changed the way they run their business and improved what they can deliver to their customers.

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How to Grow as an Engineer

The most valuable growth happens after the formal training is over. When you read, experiment, practice, and talk to others, you’ll become a better version of yourself.

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The First Day

I’m jet lagged and my allergies are kicking in. I know this is a critical part of the process, but I just want to start building something.

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Bluetooth Low Energy (BTLE) Anti-Spoofing

Bluetooth Low Energy devices, such as beacons, are susceptible to spoofing attacks. Get access to the world’s first white paper on BTLE Anti-Spoofing which can outlines an implementation for keeping devices, applications, and IoT ecosystems secure.

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Ember Computed Property Caveats

Computed properties update only when one of the declared dependencies are modified, but what happens when you forget to declare a dependency? This post explores technical and procedural tools that can help you avoid errors.

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Debugging Your Assumptions, Ember Edition

Recently I helped a coworker debug an Emberjs route behavior that I thought was a great example of how to take on problems with any kind of code framework. What we thought was a bug turned into something I consider much trickier: a bad assumption.

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Approaching Estimation With Estimation Poker

There are a lot of uncertainties in life yet somehow the world still functions and evolves despite our inability as humans to accurately predict the future, let alone estimate it. Learn how Estimation Poker can help.

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