The Caveman’s Guide to Data Profiling: Part 1

Normally on our blog, our Director of Technology and all around rock star, Adam D’Angelo, fills you in on the latest technologies and techniques that we are using at Dev Technology Group to deliver value to our partners and exceed expectations by design. But this year, Adam added a new title to his resume, “Dad.” …

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Washington Post Selects Dev Technology as a 2016 Top Workplace

Dev Technology has been awarded a 2016 Top Workplaces honor by The Washington Post. This is Dev Technology’s third year in a row being named as a Top Workplace. In its third annual survey, The Washington Post’s Top Workplaces list spotlights private, public, nonprofit and government agencies with the highest ratings from their employees in …

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ICE Awards Dev Technology Agile Software Development Contract

Dev Technology receives $66 million contract to provide agile development and support for the ICE Enforcement Systems under its EAGLE II contract. Dev Technology Group, Inc., a provider of IT services to mission critical clients, announced today that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) awarded Dev Technology a contract …

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Open House: Multiple Positions Supporting DHS

Dev Technology is hiring for multiple positions supporting DHS. Come to our Open House on Tuesday, June 7 to learn more. Dev Technology is holding an Open House for multiple positions supporting DHS including Project Managers, Java/JEE Developers, .Net Developers, SharePoint Developers, Information Assurance Specialists, Database Engineers, Business Analysts, Technical Architects, Quality Assurance Leads, and Software Engineers. These …

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DHS Awards Dev Technology Small Business Achievement Award

Dev Technology accepts DHS Award

Dev Technology receives DHS Small Business Achievement Award for their efforts in developing and deploying the Federated Person Query to consolidate search results and save agents time. Dev Technology Group, Inc., announced today that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) presented Dev Technology with the DHS Small Business Achievement Award for their work in support …

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CBP Federated Person Query Selected as Top 8 Finalist at ACT-IAC Igniting Innovation Showcase and Awards

CBP and Dev Technology demoed their Federated Person Query at the ACT-IAC Igniting Innovation Showcase on Monday April 25, 2016. CBP’s Federated Person Query was selected out of over 140 innovations by a panel of judges to be featured in the Showcase. Attendees at the event used social media voting to select this application as one of …

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CBP Federated Person Query invited to the Igniting Innovation Showcase

CBP and Dev Technology recently developed the Federated Person Query and will be demoing this new capability at the ACT-IAC Igniting Innovation Showcase on April 25, 2016. Dev Technology Group, Inc., announced today that the Federated Person Query, an application the company developed in support of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), has been …

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Biometrics & The Cloud: Testing the Waters

In the last decade, we have seen tremendous growth in the biometrics sector. The industry has shifted from catering exclusively to large corporations and government agencies to being a household commodity freeing you from the trivial yet tedious task of unlocking your smartphone with a password. At the same time, we have seen cloud-based service …

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Dev Technology Code Jam

Wednesday was the end of a pretty hectic sprint for a project we are developing, so instead of the usual code reviews that typically occur, we opted to take a couple of hours out of the day to bring the team together and solve an interesting problem. Dev Tech’er Sean Moon found a problem online and …

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Microservices: A Passing Architectural Fad or a New Standard?

What are Microservices and how is it different than Software Oriented Architecture (SOA)? Microservice architecture dictates that software should be composed of multiple, individually deployable services each running in their own process space and communicating with each other using lightweight, language-agnostic application programming interfaces. On the surface, this may not sound all that different from …

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