Jesse came in Friday morning and was clearly enjoying our technology stack and working environment. We picked solid and appropriate technologies for the work we were doing and kept management overhead to a

To create the Drug Recall Information Center (DRIC), we decided to consume the OpenFDA drug recall data with another third party API to pull drug image data to put together a one-stop shop for

Dev Technology was eagerly awaiting the request for proposal (RFP) of the General Services Administration's (GSA) new blanket purchase agreement for agile development and delivery services. When it was released on June 17, we

‘Write Once, Run Anywhere’…If you still believe this is possible, call me, I have a bridge to sell you!  Writing an application once to run on the wide array of popularly used networked

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A previous project I worked on had nearly 1,000 pages of requirements documentation for a web-based system. This project was run using a typical Waterfall approach in which the requirements were gathered and

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An Agile team’s Scrum process is constantly shaped and guided by the individuals and their interactions on the team. By empowering the team to change the process instead of conforming to a predefined

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Agile Development has become a popular methodology to apply to software projects, but to really take advantage of all Agile has to offer, it is helpful to be reminded of the problems the founders

My first post in this series discussed how development teams and project managers can maximize project success by minimizing project friction. In Part II I will discuss how JavaScript and MongoDB are making

A great military strategist once explained how ‘friction’--the unexpected things that happen in the fog of war--can often cause the best-laid war strategies to flounder (Carl von Clausewitz in ‘Vom Kriege’). Similarly, any