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Stackery Welcomes Abner Germanow
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | November 21, 2018

Stackery Welcomes Abner Germanow
Today, I’m proud to announce Abner Germanow is joining us as the company’s first chief marketing officer (CMO). Like Chase Douglas, Sam Goldstein and I, Abner also hails from the halls of New Relic, where we all contributed in our various roles to making New Relic the market leader it is today. Abner has more than 20 years experience in global...
Scaling to the Challenges
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | November 01, 2018

Scaling to the Challenges
Can you create something by creating the appearance of something? Can a team increase its output by looking busy? Does “fake it til you make it” work with team culture? It sounds ridiculous to suggest pretending can make it real, but smiling can make a person feel happier, and Botox can make a person less able to feel emotions they are unable...
What Successful Serverless Teams Know
Nate Taggart

Nate Taggart | October 10, 2018

What Successful Serverless Teams Know
Shipping serverless applications feels good. And it should! Serverless lets us focus on our software and ignore the tedium of managing servers. You download a framework, write a little code, and deploy your first Lambda function. Congrats! You’re a serverless developer! But, as you run through that first “Hello, world” serverless tutorial, yo...
From Code School to Software Engineer: How I Got to Build the Future of Serverless with Stackery
Jun Fritz

Jun Fritz | September 25, 2018

From Code School to Software Engineer: How I Got to Build the Future of Serverless with Stackery
In 2017, I decided I wanted to become a developer. I felt that a code school could expose some popular trends in the tech industry, so I enrolled in Epicodus. I picked the first available track, and spent six months learning how to program alongside other aspiring developers. The bootcamp provided our cohort with interesting topics and applica...
How Do You Actually Create a Diverse Team in Tech?
Nicole Blystone

Nicole Blystone | September 19, 2018

How Do You Actually Create a Diverse Team in Tech?
It’s easy to say that you value diversity and inclusivity, and that it’s important that people from all walks of life of represented and heard from in your work environment. The perspectives a diverse team can bring to the table, along with the variety of tools and solutions, is appealing, and it feels good to be able to say that you respect a...
Start Now: What My New Job Taught Me About Inclusivity
Farrah Campbell

Farrah Campbell | July 18, 2018

Start Now: What My New Job Taught Me About Inclusivity
A few months ago, I was invited to be a part of a documentary - The Chasing Grace Project. The project exists to raise awareness around the presence of women in tech, because the truth is, you can’t be what you can’t see. I certainly didn’t start my career in tech, and it was a transition that didn’t feel accessible until I started to meet peo...
Unexpected Lessons from Startup Life
Nicole Blystone

Nicole Blystone | June 28, 2018

Unexpected Lessons from Startup Life
It probably goes without saying that working at a startup is exciting. Things move quickly, people are passionate, and it’s easy to see the impact of your daily work. Everyone feels invested, and it doesn’t feel like a big deal to put in extra hours, go through emails or bug fixes on weekends, or to do what needs to be done to hit those milest...
Finding the Right Fit
Anna Yovandich

Anna Yovandich | April 23, 2018

Finding the Right Fit
Before joining Stackery, I spent 10 years as a frontend engineer at digital agencies, building a spectrum of client projects. Though the work was challenging, I was exhausted and unfulfilled by rushed project cycles, marathon meetings, and disposable output. Fortunately, what I needed to do finally became clear: quit. It was time for some serio...

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