It's the right design, the right process and a tremendous amount of focus that help Glen succeed as a woodworker – and also as a software engineer.
As a solutions architect at Daugherty Business Solutions, he relies on hundreds of open-source libraries and systems to do his job. So he had it on his bucket list to participate in an open-source community.
When Sandeep Singh was a child, he wanted to be an astronaut. But as he grew older, he learned it wasn’t so much that he loved “sailing into space” as it was physics. So he became a data scientist, working first with planetary constraints and then with societal.
Jason, a software engineer with Daugherty Business Solutions, is passionate about solving problems using software and automation. He built Teacherstack to solve a problem for his wife. From there, it expanded.
Andy Upchurch chose tuba because people needed it, and it was a way to make friends. And those reasons are similar to why he joined Daugherty Business Solutions as a software engineer.
Hot Dawg! – How Thomas Broadwell Learned about Product and Portfolio Management from Operating a Food Truck
When Thomas Broadwell started his own food truck, he addressed it from an Agile perspective; rather than anchor to one location, why not let the food economy of St. Louis drive where the business was – literally?