What to Do When Your IT Director Leaves Unexpectedly

Posted by Bill Onion

March 22, 2017 | 10:30 AM

So, your IT Director turned in their notice today. Maybe they are moving to another company, or maybe they won the lottery; either way, you now have a crucial role to fill. So, what should you do first? Then what? What about that big project? First, and most importantly: don’t panic. This isn’t the first or last time something like this will happen. Here are our tips for surviving this transition.

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Topics: Technology

Best of the Blogosphere: March 2017

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

March 3, 2017 | 10:30 AM

Sometimes we come across a blog that is so good that we just have to share it. We will highlight a few of our favorites each month here on the blog, but don't forget to see what else we are sharing on Twitter and Facebook.

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Topics: eCommerce, Technology, Magento

How to Avoid Falling Victim to 5 Common Social Hacking Methods

Posted by Nick Pierce

February 15, 2017 | 10:30 AM

What is social hacking?

"Social hacking describes the act of attempting to manipulate outcomes of social behavior through orchestrated actions. The general function of social hacking is to gain access to restricted information or to a physical space without proper permission." - Wikipedia

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Topics: Technology, security

CodeMash 2017

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

January 20, 2017 | 10:30 AM

This past weekend, thousands of developers descended on Kalahari waterpark and convention center in Sandusky, Ohio for CodeMash 2017. Our own Greg Crane attended for the second year in a row.

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Topics: Technology, Culture

Making a Technology Switch

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

November 18, 2016 | 10:30 AM

While development jobs across the board have a number of similarities, there can also be stark differences depending on which technologies an organization utilizes. That kind of change can be daunting for those developers looking to expand their horizons and move to a new job that works with an unfamiliar code. But, that’s exactly what Jim encountered when he joined our team this past summer, and he has some tips for making that transition as smooth as possible.

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Topics: Technology, Culture

Learning About the Tech Industry with Briteskies

Posted by Jack Rhine

June 17, 2016 | 11:07 AM

Our commitment to stretch, learn, and grow here at Briteskies doesn't just apply to full-time team members; it extends to those who look to us as a source of information as well. For Jack Rhine, that meant working with the Briteskies team to expand his tech knowledge as part of his Senior Project. Read on to hear about his experience. 

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Topics: Technology, Culture, Internships

Best of the Blogosphere: June 2016

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

June 3, 2016 | 10:28 AM

Sometimes we come across a blog that is so good that we just have to share it. We will highlight a few of our favorites each month here on the blog, but don't forget to see what else we are sharing on Twitter and Facebook.

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Topics: eCommerce, Technology, Content Marketing

Setting jQuery Scroll Bar Movement

Posted by Greg Crane

April 13, 2016 | 10:30 AM

There are many ways to navigate the user around the web page to designated areas using some very basic HTML, CSS, and jQuery. The first movement I will address is vertical.

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Topics: Technology, jQuery

5 Signs Your Project Manager is Just an Empty Suit

Posted by Katie Conaway, Gian Genovesi, and Matt Trimmer

January 11, 2016 | 10:27 AM

The Project Manager is an influential member of a project team. A good Project Manager can set the tone for an impactful and efficient project process, but a sub-par Project Manager can cause complications and holdups that increase the difficulty of a project. Here are five signs to look for to determine if your Project Manager is really just an empty suit:

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Topics: eCommerce, Technology

Diversifying Technology With We Can Code IT

Posted by Hannah Gierosky

November 11, 2015 | 10:32 AM

While working together at imageNation Web Experts a few years ago, Shana Mysko and Mel McGee started noticing a pattern: friends and colleagues, women in particular, asking them how to program and code. To answer those questions, and “do some good in the world,” as Shana said, they started a free series of classes to help women learn front-end development.

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Topics: Technology, Culture

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