Can the HomePod be Housetrained?

The announcement of the Apple HomePod immediately interested me, as I find myself serving as both the “office audio guru” and “generally interested in home automation” guy. While watching the […]

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Written By Adam Leonard

Exploring A.I. – Changing the Retail Experience

The way we trade changes with the advancement of technology. A quick dive into the possibilities of A.I. for Retail Experiences – In the past, advances in technology led to further […]

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Written By Pierre Benz

NurseGrid: Small Team. Big Wins.

NurseGrid is a local start-up whose main ambition is to ease the lives of nurses. Early this year, they approached us wanting to build an app that centralized their schedules […]

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Written By Kassidy Douglas

Bugs, Scrum, and where to start

Probably the most contentious point in my projects is bugs (aka defects) and how to deal with them. Every new team I work with asks how we’re going to organize, […]

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Written By Ryan Brown

Design Week Portland Open House: Future Tech with Retro Vibes

DevelopmentNow’s Design Week Portland Open House Portland thrives during Design Week PDX, and this year was no different with hundreds of events including our open house. When we’re not building mobile apps […]

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Written By Allison Rastetter

Exploring A.I. – Autonomous Cars

We’ve been dreaming about self-driving cars for nearly a century. These days, you’d be hard-pressed to find a tech or business site without seeing yet another announcement about the crowded […]

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Written By Yelena Belikova

Exploring A.I. – What is Artificial Intelligence?

We’ve all seen Artificial Intelligence (AI) envisioned in popular fiction, from 2001: A Space Odyssey to Ex-Machina. However, AI is no longer the stuff of science fiction, nor only synonymous […]

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Written By Allison Rastetter