Cognizant Quick Left (CQL) is partnering with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) to put on a transportation data hackfest. The goal of this hackfest is to improve the lives of the people in transit within Colorado. Entrepreneurs, designer, developers and tech nerds will gather for a night of coding and design where they can create a web or mobile application center around transportation data in 3 hours.
Stuart attended the University of Colorado in Boulder where he graduated with a B.S. in Computer Science. He remained in Boulder to work for the National Snow and Ice Data Center. There he worked on several major web applications to enhance scientific data access. After many years he decided to move in a new direction. He is very delighted to join the Cognizant Quick Left team as a Senior Software Developer.
Weston finished his degree in Physics in 2013 and moved to Colorado for a job at Seagate. Here he is two years later as a Senior Software Engineer at Cognizant Quick Left.
Tara is Canuck by birth. She moved to Boulder almost 10 years ago following her better half here from Portland, OR. When Tara isn’t coordinating client events, in-house happy hours, or project managing, she and her hubby can be found rock climbing somewhere along the front range. She has also been known to break out into random acts of swing, blues or tango dancing, when the occasion calls for it.
When building greenfield apps, oftentimes we work with teams who don’t have technical expertise in-house. As someone who isn’t a skilled programmer or doesn’t have a development team in-house, how can they achieve the goal of developing a technical product in order to meet the needs of their customers? In this blog post I’ll highlight some of the options a non-technical team should evaluate when choosing to develop a mobile or web application.
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