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Supporting Multiple Browsers in Web Applications

Oct 24, 2019 | by Jon Opdahl, Software Engineer | Tags: Web Development

Around this time last year, I was developing a website for my wedding. The primary function of this website was to have guests RSVP on the site, so we could save a little money on postage and letterhead. I performed a thorough set of testing scenarios on Chrome, Firefox, and Edge, even employing the browsers’ mobile simulators. Everything seemed to work fine, so we sent out the invites and waited for RSVPs.

About a week afterwards, I got a text from my aunt; she couldn’t submit her RSVP! Why didn’t I catch this flaw in my testing?

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Estimation Revisited (Part 2)

Oct 17, 2019 | by Andrew Smith, Principal Architect | Tags: Agile

In Part 1 of Revisiting Estimations, I explored some challenges and underlying concepts relating to estimates and projections. In this blog post, I more deeply explore Uncertainty, Complexity, and Stakeholder Questions.

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Is There an App for That?

Oct 10, 2019 | by Abhijeet Kher, Mobile Practice Lead | Tags: Mobile App Development

You've just had an idea. You want to create the next FlappyBird. This one will be bigger, better, and filled with micro-transactions! 

Or, you want to solve a problem using the ever evolving smartphone and make the world a better place.

Sounds great! Let's explore some potential reasons for building the app and what doing so may involve - assuming someone hasn't already created your app idea.

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Meet Our Team: Kyle Miller

Oct 03, 2019 | by Daniela Williams, Project Manager | Tags: Meet Our Team

Welcome back to the Meet Our Team Q&A series. My name is Daniela Williams, Project Manager at ISE, and I’ll be asking ISE team members questions to help give insight into what makes us tick. 

Today I'm interviewing Kyle Miller, intern turned full-time software engineer. Kyle will be heading back to his alma mater, Luther College, for their fall career fair.

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