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.
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.
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.
One day, Stephen Luehrman got bored. He’d just graduated with a master’s in viola performance, was working at Starbucks and had the day off, where he waited impatiently for his wife to finish her day at work.
The Second City may be known as the starting place for many celebs, like Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Stephen Colbert, Bill Murray, etc. But even people who want to treat it like a hobby, like Mark, can train there. You might think of it like karate colors, and Mark has the equivalent of a blue belt in improv — he’s going deeper to understand the tools and is differentiating each to gain even more knowledge.
In the room are multiple shelves and a handmade display table consisting of an 8’x4’ piece of plywood. Displayed within the room are a Disney Castle, the Ghostbusters firehouse, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Ninjago and dinosaurs. There’s even a train that runs through it.
A Marathon, Not a Sprint: How Long Distance Running Has Helped Conrado Morlan Be Agile in Program Management
At least this rings true for Conrado Morlan, who leads the Delivery Leadership Line of Service at our Dallas business unit and whose list of athletic accomplishments “runs” the gamut — participated in one 70.3 Ironman (that’s a 1.2-mile swim, a 56-mile bike ride and a half marathon) that was cancelled due to bad weather while he was starting the run portion, several Olympic triathlons (a 0.93-mile swim, a 24.8-mile bike ride and a 6.2-mile run), 10 marathons and 15 half-marathons.