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Advancing Diversity in Tech: Perficient Bright Paths Program Expands to Detroit & Lafayette

As the leading digital consultancy with more than 5,000 global colleagues, Perficient is committed to driving STEM education and career growth opportunities, and enhancing the communities in which we live and work. The Perficient Bright Paths Program, specifically, is an initiative designed to serve those who may not have access or opportunity to pursue their […]

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“Any Way You Can” – 3 Lessons for Software Developers

I had a math teacher in high school who for me was “the teacher,” the one that I remember most fondly. I was a student of his for two years, learning geometry, trigonometry, and calculus from him. I was always drawn to math, but he had a way of teaching that made it more fun […]

The Requirements: In Iambic Pentameter

This is the fourth entry in a series on what constitutes good requirements, regardless of how they are written, stated, shown, or otherwise intended.  In this entry, we offer a gentle reminder that requirements should also be verifiable. When requirements are verifiable it simply means that they are expressed in a way that our product […]

Software as an engineering discipline

There are some interesting things happening over at SEMAT (Software Engineering Method and Theory). A great name list of participants, with many of the luminaries of our industry participating. It will be interesting to see where this will lead. I’ve tried to participate with some previous attempts at similar things, such as some work by […]