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?
Stu considers himself a pro-wrestling historian. He is also a Senior User Experience Architect with Daugherty Business Solutions. The two roles are more aligned than they might sound.
The Right TECH-nique: How Chandler Molbert’s Background in Opera Has Given Him a Wide Range in Software Engineering
Opera, like software development, happens kind of chaotically. But it’s well-maintained chaos. Or at least that’s how Chandler Molbert describes it – a highly complex environment where execution is paramount to success.