Throughout the years I have developed many core skills in the process of solving problems for my customers. I was privileged to start near the beginning of the technology revolution, dissembling a record player and transistor radio at 3 years old and before my 9th birthday I was networked with a neighbor’s Commodore 64 using cassette tape drives and a wire between our houses. Sort of like super tin cans on a string. Today we carry mini computers in our pockets, txting, email, home servers, media centers/DVR, Wifi, AppStore, ad infinitum.
Desktops, Laptop, Servers and so much more they automate the mundane and propel information to all corners of the earth and into space. In this fast paced world businesses need to capitalize even more on their technology investments.
Client Server, Web 2.0, Ajax, Python, who can keep it all straight? When it’s all said and done, we want to turn our ideas into reality. We look for robust platforms to get to market as quickly as possible. One critical aspect to success is being first.
“If you build it they will come.” Not if they have no clue it exists. Marketing is one of the most critical aspects of a products success, radio and TV are dead, the Internet saw sure of that, with it’s interactive, engaging and media rich experience.
If your application doesn’t look quite right, the user may question it’s validity and stability. The user may not feel safe sharing their information with your application. In today’s interconnected web we need to put as much effort into the presentation as we do in the internal programming and security.