Every month we feature one of our Nerds and have them share a little bit about themselves and what they love to do both inside and outside of The Nerdery. Today we’re highlighting Nerdery veteran Jane Runyon from our Minneapolis office.
Creating scalable applications is always a challenge. No matter how much we design and test, production usage patterns can always bring us unwelcome surprises. Making an enterprise application scale is both an art and a science, requiring leveraging the talents and skills of different disciplines: software engineers, QA, DevOps, etc.
Imagine a future where everything you see is searchable, mineable data.
Internet of X, with X being anything and everything, is a new podcast I’m co-hosting where we’ll explore what’s possible with technology.
Episode 03 of This Is the QA Podcast is live! The Nerdery’s quality assurance podcast is written, produced and recorded by our acclaimed quality assurance team each month. Did you miss our first two episodes? Listen here.
Every month we feature one of our Nerds and have them share a little bit about themselves and what they love to do both inside and outside of The Nerdery. Today we’re highlighting Andrew Norbin, Sales Communication Specialist at our Minneapolis office.
When people ask me what I do for a living, I tell them I manage user experience (UX) designers. Depending upon said asker’s familiarity with the software design and development universe, their response is anything from, “You what now?” to “Ooh! That must be interesting.” I explain to the former something like, “I help to create an engaging, supportive and compelling place for designers to work.”
Summer is my favorite season. But I’m not referring to astrological summer when the days are longest and the nights are shortest. Or meteorological summer where the annual temperature cycle is the warmest. Rather, technological summer when Google and Apple release beta versions of their operating systems lasting until new hardware is released in the fall.
Episode 02 of This Is the QA Podcast is here! The Nerdery’s quality assurance podcast is written, produced and recorded by our acclaimed QA team each month. Did you miss Episode 01? Listen here.
A few weeks ago, I helped lead a workshop at the 2016 Information Architecture Summit called “Practical Content Strategy.” If you’ve never heard of content strategy before, you’ve probably done it without realizing it.
Google’s transition to a subsidiary of Alphabet added focus to this year’s I/O conference. In previous years, I/O keynotes had a tendency to ramble, and the product lineup was at best tangentially related. This year there were clear through lines to product announcements and the keynote moved along briskly, finishing in two hours.