A Product Manager’s Dilemma As many product managers and start-ups have come to realize, when you decide to build a mobile app, you are immediately faced with a tough decision.  Each mobile app platform […]


Time management doesn’t really exist.  If you are truly wanting to get more done with your day, you have to first ask, “How honest am I willing to be with myself.” And by honest, I mean […]


As a client ambassador at SOLTECH, one of the first things I like to do to get to know our clients is to read their website. This helps me better understand their market expertise, […]


Returning Entity Types from a Stored Procedure In the course of developing transactional applications, we often hear developers grumble about the limitations of Entity Framework, or the difficulty in using LINQ to create complex […]


  Last week, I wrote Writing Your Resume: How to Get Noticed. As a follow up, I’ve put together the top tips I recommend to hiring managers and Recruiters for when they are reviewing the […]


This past weekend as our clocks “sprung-forward”, 34 budding software developers lept into serious, around the clock action.  The students from@TheIronYard were competing in a software engineering contest to create the coolest web and mobile applications based […]


In an interview, both the company and the candidate are asking questions to qualify each other. The company wants to learn if you can fulfill their needs, and you want to ensure the position […]


As a Project Manager (or PM), organization is key to running a successful web or mobile application project. With multiple projects on your plate, it is ideal to have a receptionist, an assistant and […]


5,280. That is the approximate number of resumes my team has reviewed over the past two weeks. I would love to tell you that every resume is read from the bottom up with significant […]


“Tim, I think this opportunity is a perfect fit for you. Would you like to move forward?” “No, thank you. It isn’t something I am interested in at this time. The position isn’t a […]