This fall, Earthling partnered with local product development firm bb7 to produce an internet connected beehive we call WiHive. I know what you’re thinking, “what do the bees have in their Netflix queue?”
We were honored to be the featured business in this recent UW News story. From our earliest days as a start-up founded by a UW-Madison remote-sensing Ph.D. to our current status as a leading development shop, Earthling's strength as a company is directly influenced by the presence of University of Wisconsin.
An offhand discussion about the proper pronunciation of the programming language Erlang led Don down a path none of us would have expected (clearly, we’re still getting to know him or we’d know damned well this is exactly what he’d do)…
Custom software for internal use is gaining favor in the corporate world, as evidenced by recent surveys and comments from CIOs at top companies like Facebook. Here are four reasons custom software might benefit your business.
Small business owners are often targets for SEO service provider pitches that use intimidating language and technical jargon to explain search engine optimization. SEO is in fact an important marketing tool, but it isn’t an exclusively technical one.
To keep up with conventions in coding, stay up to date on releases, and discover new applications for old systems, podcasts can be both helpful and entertaining. Here are eight programming podcasts streaming into Earthling earbuds.
As every developer knows, frustration over setbacks delivered by bug-ridden code is minor compared to the challenges we deal out to one another when collaborating on a project. But it doesn't necessarily have to be this way, here I discuss some strategies for minimizing damage from communication breakdowns.