One of our Accelerator program’s goals is to make sure that our consultants are well-connected: in our company, in our community, but also in the industry as a whole. We go to great lengths to create opportunities for Accelerator members to get to know their fellow Atoms. Our cohorts visit local user groups and conferences.
Created for recent Computer Science grads, Atomic’s Accelerator program is designed to supplement their development training and get them up-to-speed fast on higher-level consulting practices and skills. Participants in Atomic’s Accelerator Program make a commitment to study on top of their 40-hour work week, and they receive significant coaching and training in project management, team leadership, and handling customer relationships.
It’s been a while since our last Cell Zero update, and we’ve been very busy!
Cell Zero (along with several other Atoms) attended BarCamp GR on Aug 26th and 27th. BarCamp describes itself as “an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment”. The conference has no pre-planned sessions and instead encourages all participants to sign up for a time slot and give a short presentation.
A few weeks ago, the members of Cell Zero all piled into a car with Carl Erickson and drove up to Crystal Mountain, where we spent Friday and Saturday climbing things, getting to know Carl and Atomic, and working some Extra Adventure™ into our usual routines. The trip was awesome, thought-provoking, and a great way for the Cell to get to know our new company.