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Written by:
Jason Ward
Published:
May 12, 2017

Working in the Past: The STEM Gender GAP

(Dis)Encouragement  I was inspired (and encouraged) to write this post based on the work of Hazel Garcia at InvestmentZen. Her recent article presents some pretty stark realities about the STEM gender gap, particularly in my own state of Indiana, which ranks near the bottom in terms of the ratio of women to men in these […]

Written by:
Jason Ward
Published:
March 15, 2017

Part-Time Work, Full-Time Passion

We work a lot. By “we” I mean Americans. By “work” I mean engage in the production of capital, mostly. By “a lot” I mean as individuals we put in more hours than individuals in most other developed countries (source). Sure, there are a number of people around the world who work more than do we […]

Written by:
Angie Martaus
Published:
January 31, 2017

Meteor, a full-stack JavaScript platform

I first heard of Meteor over a year ago, offered up as an example of a magical JavaScript… something. But I didn’t really understand what at the time (so young, so naive). When it was time for my CI day, I figured it was time to take a closer look. Besides, it’s undeniably on-brand for […]

Written by:
RocketBuild
Published:
January 26, 2017

Congratulations to Jason Ward

We are proud to announce that Jason Ward has accepted the role of President of RocketBuild. Jason, who has been RocketBuild’s Director of Accounts, brings years of experience to the role, and we are excited to continue our growth and focus on providing our partners with code they can trust. “Jason is the best leader […]

Written by:
Matt Rogers
Published:
January 4, 2017

Some mobile apps may stop working in next version of iOS

With a new warning shown to users of older apps, Apple may be signaling that it will stop allowing those apps to run at all in future versions of its mobile operating system. When Apple released iOS 10.1 in late 2016, they took a step toward sunsetting apps built for older iPhones and iPads. Users […]