This series of posts has very little to do with serious, technical content, but has a lot to do with fun.  I thought I’d post up my thoughts/progression on building up my 2000 Mazda Miata from last year: I started out wanting a super reliable car that’s fun and wouldn’t break the bank. Debated picking […]

Incorporating telecommuting into core company culture helps to create more adaptive and productive teams.

A glimpse at how one of Isos’ Atlassian experts became part of the Isos company culture…

How were the rules and scoring for the Isos blogs decided upon? Read on to find out.

The company culture at Isōs embraces five values. Find out what they are.

How do you follow up a successful year of blogging? With games, of course!

I recently attended Desert Code Camp as an application development Presenter. My presentation topic was Spring Data and MongoDB. I thought I would share a little bit of experience and a little background and history that helped lead up to the event. I was 15 years old when I first experienced what it was like […]

This topic may completely exclude some readers who don’t have children, and for that I’m sorry. However, you may still have some involvement through brothers, sisters or friends’ children who are usually just a phone call away. Curious? Read on! Something I’ve been debating for years now, having two children of my own and making […]

Finding, hiring and retaining top talent in any industry can be tough. In the information technology industry this is especially true. The finding and hiring parts of this trio are where many companies focus 100% of their talent attention. But once the employee is in the door, it is critical that the upfront investment in […]

During the fourth quarter of 2012, Robert Half released their annual salary guide, which I’m sure had many tech professionals smiling all the way through their morning stand up meetings. While tech salaries are already among the highest in the country, the Robert Half salary guide indicates they could see an average increase of 5.3 […]