Developing Your Next Bright Idea: What To Consider

Do you have a software idea that will revolutionize your industry, save your organization money or solve a key problem for customers? Awesome! Now it’s time to get to work. Continue reading Developing Your Next Bright Idea: What To Consider

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

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Ah, the new year. Time for setting ambitious resolutions you may or may not keep, writing the wrong date on everything and reading through “Best of 2015” lists — including ours! On our blog last year we covered everything from
Nerd culture to tech tips to business strategy. Check out our ten most-read posts of 2015 below.

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Video: An Open Discussion on Closing the Gender Gap

Here’s a video recap of last week’s event, Why we all need more women who can code, a forum featuring leaders from women in tech orgs and a keynote from Nerdery Senior Software Engineer Sarah Olson.
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Why We All Need More Women Who Can Code

It’s a given that the world needs more software engineers, and that women are way underrepresented in the tech industry – and it should be a given that it’s really in everyone’s best interest to work together toward developing female developers. Join us on Nov. 13 for an open discussion on closing the gender gap.  Continue reading Why We All Need More Women Who Can Code

Timeline-Driven Software Design and Development

Do you have the need for speed?

There are many reasons for needing to have a project done quickly. Some of the most common reasons for a timeline-driven software project include fiscal year requirements, marketing campaigns, product pitches and trade shows. Continue reading Timeline-Driven Software Design and Development

NerdCast #41: Nerdery Lab Experiment No.1 – Finding New Music With TasteMapper

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This episode of the NerdCast features Andrew Golaszewski and Kevin Moot, two participants of the inaugural Nerdery Labs Program. They talk about their technology experiment that created data visualizations of the music listening habits of Last.FM users. Learn more about the Nerdery Lab Program, TasteMapper, and the challenges of working with large unstructured data sets and making sense of it all. If you’re a developer, a fan of music, or like hearing about cool applications of technology, this is the episode for you.

HostRyan Carlson

Guests: Kevin Moot, Software Developer & Andrew Golaszewski, Senior User Expereience Designer at The Nerdery

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