January 2, 2019

JavaScript Concepts Every Manager Should Know

Managers who don’t know the ins and outs of JavaScript but oversee a workforce that does should become familiar with certain phrases and terms related to it. This will not only aid in communication with employees, but will also assist in helping your customers or clients with questions. JavaScript concepts may seem overwhelming, but with a little research you should be able to at least follow a conversation and understand what’s going on.

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January 28, 2019

Qualities of Successful Remote Workers

In previous posts, we’ve discussed the qualities and skills needed to manage a remote workforce (read here). Now, let’s take a closer look at the qualities of a good remote employee. Employees who work from home require a specific skill set and need to possess a particular work ethic and attitudes. You have to be able to trust them to deliver the desired results without the day-to-day oversight that an office worker receives.

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December 18, 2018

3 Popular JavaScript Libraries and Frameworks to Consider

JavaScript is one of the best languages for creating web applications. There are many great options for JavaScript libraries and it’s hard to know what to choose. Which JavaScript Library is best? They all have similar attributes and a few areas in which they excel. We’ll talk about a few of the more popular ones and their various features.

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December 11, 2018

6 Common Mistakes in JavaScript

As with any language, JavaScript has several different aspects that can be difficult to learn. However, it is one of the core modern web application languages and most tech departments require a working knowledge. While it may seem like a simple language, it can be much more powerful and complex than you would first believe. It has many subtleties that can lead to problems for new developers. Here are some of the more common mistakes you might run into.

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December 10, 2018

Finding the Right Person to Manage Your Remote Workforce

As the term implies, a remote workforce allows company employees to work outside of the company’s physical location. Remote employees often work the same hours and have the same level of expectations and responsibilities as their in-house counterparts, but they do not have to be physically present. If your office is considering adopting a remote workforce, there are a few things to keep in mind.

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December 4, 2018

Questions to Ask When Choosing a JavaScript Library

What’s the best JavaScript library/framework for your company? There are a lot of options and it’s important to consider which one would work best for your organization.

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November 27, 2018

Winning Quarterly Planning by Avoiding these 3 Common Mistakes

If you’ve been following our blog, you’ve already read how DevOps can help you achieve quarterly goals. But simply having a DevOps process isn’t enough. Winning your quarterly goals requires planning, research and execution. Planning isn’t always easy, but a little forethought can easily prevent these common tech mistakes to keep you and your customers happy in the New Year.

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November 26, 2018

Collecting Employee Feedback for a Better 2019

2018 is coming to a close. The end of the year is the perfect time to reflect and start planning for the next one. While it’s important to look back at sales, marketing and finances of course, don’t overlook the value of employee feedback.

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November 20, 2018

How DevOps Helps You Manage Unplanned Work

What is your strategy for unplanned work that comes up in a project or in general? Do you have one? Let’s face it, at every organization and in every industry, unanticipated projects will happen. So, how can DevOps help you with it?

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November 13, 2018

How DevOps Helps Companies Achieve Quarterly Goals

Once you’ve built some interest in your organization for DevOps, it’s time to start hitting executives with some hooks to support DevOps adoption. It’s not as hard to get CIOs, IT directors and similar folks on board; they know the value and usually like to keep up to date on the best technology solutions and processes. But, what about your CFO, or your manufacturing director? Show the whole executive team how DevOps can help with development quarterly goals.

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