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April 28, 2021

Difference Makers: Meet Andrew Rogers, Director of Product Strategy at Carson

Difference Makers  |  Events  |  carson  |  thought leadership  |  webinar

Welcome to Difference Makers, a webinar series spotlighting people and organizations driving a culture of innovation across the country.

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March 24, 2021

Difference Makers: Meet Mandi Wooledge, President and COO of Decision Logic

Difference Makers  |  Events  |  decison logic  |  thought leadership  |  webinar

Welcome to Difference Makers, a webinar series spotlighting people and organizations driving a culture of innovation across the country. 

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February 24, 2021

Difference Makers: Meet Amy Johnson, Co-Founder and CEO of LifeLoop

Difference Makers  |  Events  |  LifeLoop  |  thought leadership  |  webinar

Welcome to Difference Makers, a webinar series focusing on spotlighting people and organizations driving a culture of innovation across the country.

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January 27, 2021

Difference Makers: Meet Tammi Bosilijevac, Managing Director of ReRuns

Difference Makers  |  Events  |  ReRuns  |  e-commerce  |  nonprofit  |  thought leadership  |  webinar

Welcome to Difference Makers, a webinar series focusing on spotlighting people and organizations driving a culture of innovation across the country.

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October 03, 2017

How to Host a CodeFest/Hackathon, Part 2: Convincing Everybody Involved

Clean Coder  |  Culture  |  Events

Previous Posts in this Series How to Host a CodeFest/Hackathon, Part 1: Why Have a Hackathon? Answering Questions in Advance So last time I hopefully convinced you that you should at least consider having an internal company hackathon, or as we call it here at Aviture, a Codefest. But before we really get started, you have to flesh out enough of the details that you can get yourself excited, and so you can actually communicate the idea to everyone else! And believe me, they’re going to have a lot of questions. Here’s a couple big questions to ask yourself that should help you get the structure of the event settled:

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August 17, 2017

KCDC 2017

Aviture  |  Events  |  Garage Speaker Series  |  News

How do already great developers become even better developers? They spend time learning with other talented developers, of course! And there’s no better place to soak up the latest industry tools, trends, and techniques than at the Kansas City Developer Conference (KCDC).

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May 19, 2017

How to Host a CodeFest/Hackathon, Part 1: Why Have a Hackathon?

Clean Coder  |  Culture  |  Events

Agitating for Innovation A little over a year ago, I sat down with Mark Griffis and Jerry Koske (Aviture’s President and CTO, respectively) to make my case that Aviture should have an internal hackathon. I had a Powerpoint presentation all ready to go, a head full of ideas about how awesome it was going to be, and some pretty high hopes for the end results. I came out of the meeting feeling luckier than ever. Mark and Jerry are just as nuts about innovation and exploration of ideas as I am, and I got the go-ahead to put the event together.

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January 05, 2016

Garage By Aviture Speaker Series - Uncle Bob Martin, Clean Architecture

Clean Coder  |  Community Support  |  Events  |  Garage By Aviture Speaker Series  |  News  |  Speaker Series  |  Technology  |  The Garage  |  Uncle Bob  |  Uncle Bob Martin  |  clean code  |  community  |  software development

Uncle Bob Martin is coming to Omaha on January 20, 2016 for two workshops and an evening lecture. We're thrilled to help host this day of learning from an esteemed leader in the field. Register for the workshops on Eventbrite, and please navigate to the Splash page to register for the evening lecture.

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