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05/18/13

QCMerge: Maximizing Development Dollars with Doug Alcorn

Building custom applications is hard, expensive, and risky; but it’s the custom code that differentiates our businesses. How can we mitigate the risk and get the most of the money we spend on development? Very few projects fail because of technology problems. The number one success criteria for a project...

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05/18/13

QCMerge: Craft Time with JavaScript with Sara Chipps

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05/17/13

QCMerge: Holy Rollers with Mark Treas

Mark Treas is a lover of all things strategic. He is a passionate entrepreneur social-reformer, and gardener. From 2006-2009, he helped run the largest team of professional blackjack players (card-counters) in history. In 2008, he launched a Cincinnati-based startup called TorchPrep. TorchPrep’s mission is to train students in testing strategies...

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05/17/13

QCMerge: A Work in Process with Ample

Is how you work getting in the way of great work? Kevin Comer and Rob Sloan will show how Ample has evolved their process to create higher efficiency, better results and a more cohesive team effort

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05/17/13

QCMerge: Chris Glass

Chris Glass is a designer at Wire & Twine. A Cincinnati native, his work blends visual design, identity development, user-interface, photography, motion and from time to time, t-shirts. He has worked with organizations throughout the area and beyond in his 19 years, helping visualize ideas, sites, applications and products for...

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05/17/13

QCMerge: The Big Red Startup Machine with Tim Falls

How can each individual within the Cincinnati area startup community help make it better? Based on experience building communities around geographies, interests, products, and companies, Tim will provide QCMerge attendees with tangible takeaways to guide each person’s contribution to a more awesome community for all.

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