Technically Speaking Episode 10 with Alex Cruz

In the tenth episode of the Technically Speaking podcast, Caryn and John sit down with the founder of PenPath and co-founder of STL Content Marketers, Alex Cruz. They talk about content marketing, startups in STL, emails with famous people, and more.


Technically Speaking Episode 9 – Featuring Dr. Musonda Kapatamoyo

In the ninth episode of the Technically Speaking podcast, Caryn and John sit down with Associate Professor at SIUE Dr. Musonda Kapatamoyo. They talk about higher education, mass communications and technology.


Staying Relevant in IT: How We Foster a Collaborative Learning Environment at Daugherty

Staying relevant in IT is tough. Technology is moving so fast, and it takes a community of caring individuals to help inspire, motivate and teach to stay on top of our game. Here's how we foster a collaborative learning environment at Daugherty.


GlobalHack V Winners Share Their Experience, Lessons Learned

Three Daugherty St. Louis employees won $30,000 at the GlobalHack V hackathon in St. Louis. Find out more about the experience from the Software Architecture and Engineering teammates.

Industry Events

Technically Speaking Podcast Features Larry Hill of Daugherty STL

The first episode of Technically Speaking features Larry Hill from Daugherty St. Louis. He's a telecom industry veteran, currently serving as a senior engagement manager for one of Daugherty's top clients.


Organizational Project Management (OPM) Trends Upward

Organizations can take advantage of combined skills in business and strategic management. Project Management Institute identifies versatile resources as the PMI Talent Triangle as Organizational Project Management (OPM) trends upward.

Program and Project Management

Code Notes: Refactoring with the Strategy Pattern

To keep up with the profusion of technology, tools and frameworks, you need to have good fundamental software design skills. By refactoring with a design strategy pattern, you can maintain where and when data should be sent without having to change the overall process.

Code Notes

Yes – You Can Embrace Bi-Modal IT and Be Better for It

Often, IT spends the preponderance of its budget on systems of record, even though systems of Innovation and Differentiation provide the most value. This is where Bi-Modal IT comes into play.

Agile Methodology

Building a Great Team of Software Architects and Engineers – A Recruiter’s Perspective

Want to build a great team of software architects and engineers? You can use a couple of these tactics in the recruiting interview process.


Agile in the Real World – Is It Right for Your Organization?

Agile development is a popular concept, but in the real world it won't necessarily solve all your IT dysfunctions. Find out if Agile is right for your organization.

Agile Methodology

Service First Design in the Real World: Lessons from SA&E Summit

At Daugherty's Software Architecture and Engineering summit, we focused on Service First Design as a design paradigm and not a suite of tools. To move to that model, you need three key ingredients.

Industry Events