In Full Flight: Tom Gittemeier on How Flying Airplanes Has Helped Him Grow as a Software Engineering Practice Lead
As Software Engineering Practice Lead with Daugherty Business Solutions, Tom wears many hats. Often he leans on the sage advice he learned from one of his most influential instructors: an airplane pilot.
Both homebrewing and software development, in a nutshell, are about problem solving – identifying the opportunity, strengthening the toolset and testing throughout.
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.
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.
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.
There’s a saying that the masters of a skill are the ones who make it look effortless. This is something Asia Bryant knows well, both at Daugherty Business Solutions as a software engineer, and as an intermediate aerials dancer.
Bill Skelton is a sabermetrician — he collects and summarizes relevant baseball data to answer specific questions. He’s also a consultant with Daugherty Business Solutions.