Training lies at the core of effective consulting. This applies to both the learning and instruction aspects. One must constantly seek out new training as a consultant to keep a keen edge on valuable skills. One must also be able…
About Rodney West:
Rodney West combines an anthropologist's instinctual understanding of cultural interactions and extensive experience in mobile and enterprise development in his role as a Senior Consultant for Isos Technology.
In his thirteen years as a software engineer, Rodney West has delivered mobile and enterprise applications and frameworks to a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Rodney has worked with clients in education, banking, entertainment, construction, retail and mobile hardware.
Rodney West is a firm believer in the philosophy that one must first understand the culture of a company to properly meet its specific needs. It is this dedication to first understanding the ‘why' of customer requests that has made Rodney an effective team lead in his projects, proficient at interacting with all levels within client organizations.
The combination of social engineering and technological prowess Rodney West brings to all customer engagements has made him a highly successful software engineering consultant and a core member of Isos Technology's services delivery team.
Posts by Rodney West:
One question we at Isos Technology are constantly asked about is how we get so much participation in authoring blogs. People scratch their heads trying to figure out how we are able to keep every member of the Isos team…
Last Thursday we had the Isos 2014 blogging awards ceremony at Salut in Tempe. In case you haven’t been following along, in 2014 we added gamification to the Isos blogs to add a little fun to what can at times…
Hey, where are the new blog entries?! “It’s already January 8th and I haven’t seen any new entries this year. Did I miss something somewhere? Did you make a resolution to publish fewer nuggets of verbal gold? C’mon man, I…
In its 2.0 incarnation, JIRA Service Desk is another strong product in the Atlassian lineup.
If you are using Git and Atlassian’s Stash, you need to be using Pull Requests (or invest in a ton of headache medicine).
If your business uses JIRA and you are trying to convince your team (and the backing business) to switch from Subversion to Git, you should also toss Stash into the mix. “But doesn’t that make it a harder sell?” The…
How were the rules and scoring for the Isos blogs decided upon? Read on to find out.
How do you follow up a successful year of blogging? With games, of course!
The Atlassian Users Group (AUG) has returned to Las Vegas, and Isos Technology is leading the charge.