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.
“Hamming It Up”: Aaron Traas and Josh Vega on How Ham Radio Operations Made for Perfect Conditions for Software Engineering
Aaron Traas and Josh Vega are two software engineers at Daugherty Business Solutions who got into amateur “ham” radio.
For Steve, hunting is less about the game (he’s nabbed maybe three or four deer in 30+ years of hunting), and more about being in the woods watching the sun rise. The world comes alive around him, and he gets to share it with his dad, brother and small group of friends.
"Daugherty does a great job of understanding how people work and fit together to grow their skills." Continue watching to see what else Rahul Raguanthan has to say about being part of the Daugherty Data & Analytics team.
Horse Play: How Maura Harris and Kurt Parten Use Equine Assisted Therapy Experience to Lead Business Transformations
When Maura Harris started with equine assisted therapy, she worked with one child who didn’t want to be around other people and didn’t like physical touch.
"The Daugherty culture is almost a family... It's like walking into a comfortable area where you can talk to anybody about anything." Continue watching to see what else Scrum Master Kyle Rondeau has to say in the latest Daugherty Profile Series.
Eric is a fire performer. He is skilled in multi-prop, a concept similar to full-stack. Multi-prop means he can use a dragon staff, do fire juggling, use a fire whip, do fire poi (Pacific Island fire rituals, balls with strings on fire) and use other props. And as a full-stack developer, he can leverage multiple tools to build applications — from programming languages to frameworks to databases.