About Scott Smith:

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Scott Smith brings a passion for bleeding edge development technologies to his role as a Senior Consultant for Isos Technology.

Scott Smith has spent the last decade bringing a birds eye view to client issues. Beginning his career in aerospace engineering, Scott quickly developed an affinity for the technical aspects of problem solving required in systems that, by their nature, allow for minimal error in architecture and implementation. During this time Scott realized he had an affinity for computer systems, moving to the system infrastructure and software development side of solutions.

Scott Smith has delivered solutions across a wide range of industries and development platforms since his move into focusing on software engineering. He applies the same zeal and knowledge of emerging technologies to all aspects of client solutions, whether the changes be in infrastructure, data aggregation, code management or pure development. Scott continues to stay at the forefront of software engineering technologies, always looking for opportunities to apply forthcoming advances to client solutions.

The same drive that spurs a pilot to eschew the bounds of gravity drives Scott Smith to free himself from traditional solutions to software development obstacles. With his eyes always on the horizon, Scott's forward thinking approach to technology enables him to provide powerful long-term solutions to client needs as a member of Isos Technology.

Posts by Scott Smith:

2015
14
April

Understanding Rewritten History (continuation of Rewriting History)

Understanding Rewritten History (continuation of Rewriting History) So the boss comes in screaming, a customer complains, or users are squealing and something has to be fixed. After investigating the issue, nothing is making sense. How did this bug get introduced?

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2014
20
November

Git – Rewriting History

Git can have some unexpected behavior if a starry eyed developer decides to rewrite history. When we speak of rewriting history, we are not actually directly editing history, but rather presenting it in another way. So what are some common

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2014
26
September

Time to Ditch Eclipse for Good

As a consultant I am often asked to justify an expense, explain a technology or architectural decision, give my advice on software development life-cycle processes, or any number of other aspects that go into delivering software solutions to customers. I

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