While it may seem like the International Space Station has been around since the beginnings of space exploration, it was actually just a little over 24 years ago that it was built. And on This Week in Tech history, Abbey and Chris talk about the Space Shuttle Discovery’s trip to the ISS, making it the […]
Over the last couple of years, for better or worse, a lot of us have been given the opportunity to tap into our introverted sides. And whether that was your M.O. before the start of the pandemic, or you’re finally embracing the quiet life, managing an engineering team as an introvert can have its own […]
Angular is an open-source framework that helps programmers build single-page applications. However, if you’d prefer to hire someone to write the code for you, plenty of Angular developers are willing and able. However, knowing the best sites to hire Angular developers with the skills you’re looking for can be a challenge. Where do you look? […]
On this week’s Founder to Founder episode, Teja sits down with Akshita Iyer, CEO and Co-founder of Ome Kitchen. They discuss her path from neurosurgery to kitchen hardware, the winding road to building and funding an amazing idea, and how an appearance on Shark Tank helped to build the brand to where it is today, […]
What began as one man’s dream after seeing a pizza with a slice missing out of it grew into nothing short of a cultural phenomenon. On This Week in Tech History, Abbey and Grey talk about Pac-Man’s introduction to the world, their favorite arcade games, and how Pac-Man changed the landscape of video games for […]
Season 4’s Founder to Founder series kicks off this week with an insightful, engaging, and incredibly entertaining conversation between Gun.io’s CEO and Co-founder, Teja Yenamandra, and Sleuth’s CEO and Co-founder, Dylan Etkin. After years spent honing his skills as the Jira architect for Atlassian, Dylan saw plenty of opportunities to improve the efficiency of engineering […]
Storytelling is a powerful way for brands to connect with their customers and engage their employees. Crafting compelling stories can give life to your brand by highlighting its purpose and values, and let its personality take center stage.
The building that kicked off I.M. Pei’s career as a building architect also featured prominently in the city where two current staffers went to college. The NCAR Mesa Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado is the subject of This Week in Tech History, where Faith and Chris talk about the importance of the building, the design, and […]
While technical skills are important, cultural fit is one of the most critical factors in hiring and retaining top engineering talent. Prioritizing and assessing cultural fit helps to build high-performing, stable teams.
As we wind down Season 3 of the Frontier Podcast, Faith takes a look back at some of the highlights from our incredible slate of guests.
Spam can mean quite a few things, only one of which is super tasty (spam musubi, if you’re wondering), but when it comes to the dreaded emails and text messages, it all dates back to one guy flooding a message board with his marketing spiel. This Week in Tech History, Faith and Abbey discuss the […]
If you are building a product for developers, but aren’t asking them for feedback via an open source option, you’re missing out on some reliable data. It can help to not only improve what you’re building, but also garner some goodwill among a community of people who are invested in what you’re doing. This week, […]