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Quality Assurance Consulting

11 February 2020 Sebo Marketing 0 Comments

If you want to invest in quality assurance consulting, then you need to make sure that you take all of the right steps. If you don’t then you may find that you end up not making the right decision and that you also end up putting your business at risk. If you want to find […]

Benefits of Using a Consultant for Web Development

11 February 2020 Sebo Marketing 0 Comments

Working with a Web Developer Consultant brings many benefits, and any business striving to capture the attention of existing and potential customers should consider doing so. Online Strategy You need more than just a website, you also need a reliable online strategy, and web development consultants can help with this. They will work with you [...]

What is .NET?

11 February 2020 Sebo Marketing 0 Comments

Developed by Microsoft .Net (or DOT NET) is a software framework that runs primarily on Windows computers. Since its inception in the late 90s, it has become what is arguably the best choice for developing web-based and desktop-based applications, while also making these applications seem more manageable, no matter how complex they appear at first. […]

Tech Companies in Salt Lake City

3 October 2019 Sebo Marketing 0 Comments

Situated in the heart of Salt Lake City, STG Consulting offers a variety of tech services. With six core areas, STG Consulting offers every aspect of java development, .NET development, quality assurance, mobile development, user experience, and scripted development. Our in-house team is capable of building end-to-end solutions and advanced, web apps, desktop applications and […]

Habits of Highly Effective Developer Part 2: Begin with the End in Mind

1 June 2018 alan.monson@stgconsulting.com 0 Comments

By: Jonathan Donkin This is the 2nd part of a 7-part series.  The first part can be found here https://stgconsulting.com/habits-of-highly-effective-software-developers/.  As always, I look forward to your thoughts. Begin with the End in Mind In the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People, Covey makes the point that this habit is about leadership and your circle of influence.  […]

Habits of Highly Effective Software Developers

29 May 2018 alan.monson@stgconsulting.com 0 Comments

By: Jonathan Donkin Recently as I was reading Seven Habits for Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey, it dawned on me that those same habits that Covey says he put together into Seven Habits actually applies to Software Development as well.  So as an attempt to gather together my thoughts both from my own experience […]

Basic Multithreading in .NET

29 November 2017 alan.monson@stgconsulting.com 0 Comments

By: Jeremy Holley Multithreading is one of the more advanced ways of speeding up your applications. Most every developer will have to write a concurrent application sooner or later. In this part I will cover the basic techniques for multithreading in .net such as signaling and accessing shared resources. Basic Locking Threading poses us with unique […]

2017 Hackathon

27 November 2017 alan.monson@stgconsulting.com 0 Comments

By: Matt Chiang As many of you know, automation is a great skill/asset to have. However, building automation is only part of the solution to checking code for problems. There are many other supporting technologies that goes into putting a usable solution together so that the automation doesn’t have to run your local machine and consume […]

It Was You All Along: 3 Principles for Recognizing UX Talent

30 August 2017 alan.monson@stgconsulting.com 0 Comments

By: Neal Jenks – Design Consultant and IxD Practice Manager at Software Technology Group You know the story: Boy meets Girl (or Girl meets Boy, Boy meets Boy, Girl meets Girl…), Girl falls for Boy, but Boy doesn’t fall for her because, in short, he’s an idiot. Maybe he’s blind, distracted, or both. He pursues someone […]

Running Automated Selenium Tests from Jenkins on Linux

19 June 2017 alan.monson@stgconsulting.com 0 Comments

By: Bill Witt Introduction As a Quality Assurance Engineer or Software Development Engineer in Test, there is high demand for those who are not only able to create automated tests using Selenium WebDriver, but there is also a demand for engineers who can integrate selenium testing into a continuous integration server like Jenkins. Using tools […]