We diversified our developer tooling to enable direct collaboration with our custom software client. Here's how it worked out.
At Atomic Object, we strive to create a culture of high trust, believing in our employees to make the best decision for our client's project.
Here are a few reasons to give Thunder Client a shot next time you need to set up a new collection of API requests for testing.
Turning inward — to our current portfolio, past clients, and active sales pipeline — we often can generate immediate consulting demand.
Over 15 years as a software developer and consultant, I've developed an approach I call Dialectical Consulting.
Adding a Delivery Lead to my project led to a huge shift in a number of ways. I only wish we had done it sooner.
In my current software development project, the client used is Axios, but we also want to make the client agnostic in case that changes.
Many nuances contribute to a healthy project portfolio for an organization like Atomic Object, and the work of managing that portfolio is never done.
Not every client’s culture welcomes laughter as a metric, but I've begun paying closer attention to changes in client engagement and demeanor.
It’s important for your software team to build goodwill when you’re facing tough conversations around scope, budget, or rotating team members.