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.
At his peak, Shanti Greene could squat 605 lbs. and bench press almost double his body weight. Today, there are some correlations between what he learned in strength training and his role in data science with Daugherty Business Solutions.
Video games have taken Chris Jones from Chicago, Ill., to Columbus, Ohio, to Dallas, Texas, to Raleigh, North Carolina. And the experiences of competitive gaming have informed his role as a data analyst with Daugherty Business Solutions.
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.
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.