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What We’re Reading: No Ego by Cy Wakeman

What We’re Reading: No Ego by Cy Wakeman

When I was invited to be part of a Human Resources book club, I accepted because it seemed like a great opportunity to expand my network. But I have to admit I was skeptical. I mean, really, who goes to an HR book club? When I told some of my co-workers where I was...

Meet New EduSource Employees: Shannon and Aaron

Meet New EduSource Employees: Shannon and Aaron

In September, we welcomed two new EduSource employees: Shannon Miller and Aaron White. Below is everything you might want to know (and several things you might not...) want to know about them: Shannon Miller – Business Development Manager Family Info: I've been...

Process and Tooling Guild: Keeping EduSource Employees Productive

Process and Tooling Guild: Keeping EduSource Employees Productive

At EduSource, Guilds are special-interest groups that are a cross section of the company. Any employee can join any guild. Guilds meet monthly and make decisions about things in their specific areas. Each guild is led by a Guild Master and a Lesser Master....

11 Quick Tips about Hiring Programming Interns

11 Quick Tips about Hiring Programming Interns

Other than the obvious (writing software!), there are two key things EduSource can claim expert-level knowledge about: working with college students and process/metrics. Why do we know so much about working with students? Well, 1/3 of EduSource employees are actually...

EduSource Opens 2019 Apprentice Applications

EduSource Opens 2019 Apprentice Applications

Applications are now open for our summer 2019 Apprentice class! Here's what you need to know: What is the EduSource Apprentice program? EduSource hires computer-science students to work on custom-software projects for up to two years during school. Rather than...

Code Reviews: The One Multi-Tool Every Developer Needs

Code Reviews: The One Multi-Tool Every Developer Needs

What is a code review? Well, it is exactly what you would think … a review of written code. Does code need reviewing? YES!!! Think of it like asking a high school student if her English papers need editing. Most likely she will say no, but most of us know the answer...

Apprentice Vlog: How Education Fits at EduSource

Apprentice Vlog: How Education Fits at EduSource

Education is built right into the name of EduSource – it's THAT important to us. Enjoy our last summer apprentice vlog about how and why EduSource embraces education:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3A_1d0Kl8o&feature=youtu.be  

Dasch Digresses: End-to-End Test-Driven Development

Dasch Digresses: End-to-End Test-Driven Development

You’ve heard of Test-Driven Development, but have you heard of End-to-End Test-Driven Development? It will obviously revolutionize your workflow because it has more buzzwords. I've decided to explore Cypress Test-Driven Development (Test-Driven Development using...

Your Software Engineer Needs a Team, Just Like a Spaceman Does

Your Software Engineer Needs a Team, Just Like a Spaceman Does

Think of your software team like two astronauts that are launched into space. Sure, there are only two people who are actually on the mission. They are the ones that gave up their everyday lives to head out to space. They are the ones on the news and chatted about...

Apprentice Vlog: How Education Fits at EduSource

Apprentice Vlog: Working with Peace Learning Center

We're thrilled to be working with Peace Learning Center for our Software for Good initiative! Our project teams have already put some hours into getting this project off the ground. Want to hear why we chose Peace Learning or see more about what they do? Watch the...