In this season of summer vacations, we’ve had a few days to sit back and reflect on the year to date while enjoying some of America’s favorite pastimes. As I learned on the field playing professional baseball, 2019 has taught us that we’re better together than alone, and it is our many different strengths that make our team excellent. In no place is this more evident than our diverse Hereshore® talent and partnerships in local communities.
From the very inception of Core10 three years ago, Deb Stinson has been a vital member of the team. Though her official title is Engineer III, she is known as a jack-of-all-trades serving as a project lead, scrum master, QA wizard and office plant guru at any given time. Deb works out of our Huntington, West Virginia Hereshore® Development Center. Deb came to Core10 as a graduate from Marshall University with a Bachelor’s in Computer Information Technology and a Master’s in Health Informatics, but also holds an undergraduate degree from Brigham Young University.
36 years ago on July 24 ,1983, Baseball Hall of Famer George Brett hit the infamous home run in Yankee Stadium that would be overturned due to a technicality of how much pine tar he had on his bat. Many sports fans recall this episode as one that still shows up frequently on highlights and historical reels.
But what you may not know is that almost nine years to the date after this event occurred, Frank White, KC Royals legend and Brett’s teammate for 18 years, was my manager in Rookie Ball for the Winter Haven Red Sox.
Article written by Elizabeth Sanger.
For those with even peripheral exposure to the language of web development, the term “web component” likely has some resonance. The modern web is increasingly reliant on component-driven architectures, including popular frameworks like React and Angular, both of which derive much of their utility by leveraging declarative HTML via encapsulated and reusable components. However, “pure” web components, while by no means incompatible with the components used by web frameworks like Angular and React, are slightly different.
Hereshore® is Core10’s way to describe our unique model of developing software exclusively in the US, utilizing technology talent based in America's heartland. It allows us to maintain high-quality standards, yet keeps costs low for our clients based on the cost of living in the cities and towns where we locate our hereshore development centers.
These non-traditional markets bring their challenges; if it were easy to establish a development presence there, everyone would be doing it. But we feel strongly about the
“We don’t want to offshore, we want to hereshore and provide those jobs here in America.” ~ US Dept of Labor Secretary
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The public community and technical college system in West Virginia is getting a major boost when it comes to apprenticeship programs.
As the key stakeholder, you have decided to outsource your company's next software development project. Who are you going to trust to further your digital roadmap? How can you ensure you’re choosing the right partner? What steps need to be in place internally and externally to guarantee success?
Spring is in the air in America's heartland, and when we're not sneezing, we're enjoying the fresh new growth nature is offering. There has been a lot of fresh new growth around here too! We were busy this winter, opening up our latest hereshore® center in Martin, TN, home to University of Tennessee Martin. Read more below about one of our first hires in Martin, Tannor Franks, as well as the new concentration's in UTM's Computer Science program.
As an original hire in the Martin, TN Hereshore® office, Tannor Franks is an integral member of the Core10 team. He has an electrical engineering degree from the University of Tennessee at Martin and came highly recommended from Dr. Guerin in the computer science department.
Tannor is an Engineer I for Core10. On the weekends, he enjoys card games, fishing, video games, dirt biking and boating when the weather is nice. He also enjoys building computers and has an interest in robotics.
Article written by Elizabeth Sanger, a software developer at Core10.
Angular Versus AngularJS
Although arguably the most popular and widely understood modern web framework, Angular can still challenge anyone attempting to keep up with its nomenclature, much less make informed business decisions around its various iterations. Even seasoned development teams can stall when determining which version to use or when to update.