Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

Dealing with Imposter Syndrome

By Jamie Role, Director of Applications When I graduated from college and got my first job as a programmer, I felt like I could do anything. The first few years in the working world I felt eager and confident, but then the doubt started creeping in. I saw all these...
When The Bugs Aren’t In Your Code: Thoughts On Collaboration

When The Bugs Aren’t In Your Code: Thoughts On Collaboration

Earlier this spring Dan and I made a road trip north to the Midwest PHP Conference (read Dan’s reflections on the conference). The conference offered excellent technical instruction from a talented panel of experts. And while all of the talks I attended boosted my...
Successful Application Development: The Developer Role

Successful Application Development: The Developer Role

The success of an application development project can be measured in multiple ways by different stakeholders; a developer might measure it as efficient, bug-free code, a client might be more concerned with business deadlines than anything under the hood, an account...