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Navigating the Imposter Syndrome as a Junior Developer
Throughout my short time as a software developer, I have been faced with challenges that I suspected were unique to my experience. I had a pretty traditional start to my development career; I enrolled in a large state school for software engineering, joined various coding and technical clubs, and earned...
Pros and Cons of Full-Time Staffing vs Digital Product Agency
You’re ready to hire a developer! Great job! You’ve done all the work to convince your boss there’s a need for custom software. You put all the pieces in place to get a budget approved to hire and figure out where they’ll go and what they’ll do. Hiring developers is...
Fireside chats with Gaslight's Chris Anderson
As we continue working remotely through stay-at-home orders of COVID-19, we’re staying connected with some virtual fireside chats to learn and share more about each other. Today, get to know Chris Anderson!
Fireside chats with Gaslight's Alex Tuley
Come join us while we navigate working remotely through the social and economic changes of COVID-19. We’re staying connected through our virtual fireside chats and learning more about each of our team members, today being Alex Tuley!
We Built This Thing Called Geo Racer
This past summer, several colleagues and I spent our fleeting lunch hours brainstorming, planning, and working to build a multiplayer geolocation-based racing game. We chose this idea after going back and forth on a list of over 30 app concepts. A group of our designers and developers story mapped the...
Leaner & Meaner: Taking Small Mighty Teams One Step Further
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...