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.
“Go, Live Your Dream.” – How Cosplaying Flynn Rider in Disney World Paved the Way for TJ Ventre as a Business Analyst
TJ Ventre is quick on his feet and has superhuman good looks, although the guards just can’t seem to get his nose right on Wanted ads. Actually, that’s Flynn Rider, a character from Disney’s Tangled, whom TJ would dress up like at Walt Disney World.
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.
Putting Out Fires: Dean Reonieri on How His Role as a Director Is like Being a Volunteer Firefighter
You never quite know what you’re going into, whether you’re entering a client project or a fire call. At least this is according to Dean Reonieri, who serves as a Director at Daugherty Business Solutions and also as a volunteer firefighter.
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.