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03/30/20

So, this is part two following a post I wrote about Why We Prefer Small Mighty Teams we we looked at why the size and make up of a team is important. My goal here is to look at some other tactics we use to up the mighty-ante. The cool...

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03/19/20

What ‘Better Together’ looks like when we’re not together

It’s probably accurate to say that few of us expected even 10 days ago to be in the social situation we have today. Our communities, schools, workplaces, country, and even the world have dramatically changed seemingly overnight, temporarily altering our normal social and economic lives. Like other software consultancies still...

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03/16/20

Small and Mighty Teams

If you’ve been around Gaslight, you’ve probably heard us say, “Small Mighty Teams,” a time or two. If you haven’t, you’re likely wondering, “What the heck does that mean?” A Small Mighty Team is just that: Small and Mighty. Let’s dig in. Too small, too big, and juuuust right We...

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03/05/20

How is solving a Rubik’s cube like working with Gaslight to build your product?

To start, we’ll give you some context. At our White Elephant gift exchange last year, someone got a Rubik’s cube. Since then, about 10 more people have either bought or brought in a cube and we’re all learning how to solve it. We won’t go into details, but it’s become...

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11/27/19

Why we love clients who (literally) look over our shoulder

Our secret to success is heavily dependent on client involvement, in fact, our workflow depends on it. We bring the knowledge and expertise on how to build custom software products, but we expect our clients to help define what needs to be built. That definition can (and often does) change...

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11/27/19

Goal Setting and Defining Focus

“To attain knowledge, add things every day. To attain wisdom, subtract things every day.” – Lao Tzu At our core, we’re a bunch of nerds. We like to build things. Our first inclination for almost anything is to write software. Reveling in the minutia of how things work, and how...

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