The SoftwareGR Alliance – Supporting Local User Groups

New user groups pop up all the time around new technologies and methodologies. Self organization around learning is amazing and powerful—having a community of smart people that self organize and improve the software community is vital for our long-term success.

The major roadblock that these groups commonly struggle with are the business aspects of running a group: Read more on The SoftwareGR Alliance – Supporting Local User Groups…

Atomic Object Named one of Michigan’s “Cool Places to Work”

Atomic Object has been named one of 75 “Cool Places to Work” in Michigan by Crain’s Detroit Business.

Carl Erickson, Atomic’s co-founder and CEO, described himself as “moved” by the honor: “Business success is nice,” said Erickson, “but achieving it with people who care deeply about what they do, and who they do it with, is better. I’m proud of what we’ve built, and inspired by the people I work with. Happy people do great work.” Read more on Atomic Object Named one of Michigan’s “Cool Places to Work”…

3 Atoms Join Ann Arbor & Detroit Teams

In the past few months, three new Atoms have joined our molecule – one in Ann Arbor and two in Detroit. I asked each of them to tell me a little about themselves and to share their favorite thing about Atomic Object so far.

Matt Behrens

Matt is the newest developer in the Ann Arbor office, where he’s been working on a project for RouteOne. Read more on 3 Atoms Join Ann Arbor & Detroit Teams…

Local Orbit is Hiring an Atomic-Quality Software Engineer

Are you interested in working at a startup version of Atomic Object? Then apply to be a software engineer at Local Orbit.

What’s Local Orbit?

Local Orbit is an Ann Arbor startup with amazing, dedicated people who are building a platform that enables local farmers, food makers, and aggregators to efficiently sell to wholesale buyers — creating efficiency and a transparent, traceable supply chain. Local Orbit currently supports customers in 16 states and Canada who are transforming the food industry by running their business on Local Orbit.

What does this have to do with Atomic Object?

Recently, through a unique partnership, I joined Local Orbit as their CTO while remaining a full-time employee at Atomic Object. Over the past 12 years, I’ve learned more about software development at Atomic than I could have anywhere else. My mission is to bring the best parts of working as a software engineer at Atomic Object to Local Orbit by helping to build their engineering culture, practices, and processes. Read more on Local Orbit is Hiring an Atomic-Quality Software Engineer…