Dylan initially joined MojoTech as one of our first summer interns, while working towards a degree in Computer Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Part of his studies included developing software applications in Venice, Italy and Silicon Valley. Following graduation, he returned to his home state of Rhode Island to join our team full time. We took a moment to ask…

Businesses are always looking for an easy “silver bullet” to success. For most things, one doesn’t exist. But if you want to always have happy customers and clients who see your relationship as a successful one and refer you to their friends, there is one thing you can and must do. That one thing? Meeting expectations. People are always…

Most software development projects fail. It’s an unpleasant truth, but a truth nonetheless. There are ways you can hedge against failure and set yourself up for success. For example, you can invest time in validating your idea before you get started, you can translate your idea into an MVP and build iteratively, and you can hire a development agency…

For the second year in a row we are honored to be named one of 2015's Best Places to Work in Rhode Island. This statewide survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Rhode Island, benefiting the state's economy, workforce and businesses. We'll admit, the recognition is nice, but real credit…

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These days, more and more people are taking an iterative approach to development. And that’s a very good thing. We have an idea, we validate it with an MVP, and we keep building from there. But as a byproduct of the “baby steps” approach, there’s one thing that too many of us are ignoring: success. How will you…

Question: How can you make an incredibly dangerous, misguided and high-risk bet with a single sentence? Answer: “I have an idea for an app, and I’d like you to build it for me.” I’ve heard this opener more than a few times at MojoTech, and it always surprises me a bit. You want to spend $100,000 or…