We've yet to give our readers a "peek behind the curtain" and discuss some of the ins-and-outs of our engineering practices at MojoTech. In this post, I'd like to begin to talk about some of our practices and the way we work from an engineering perspective. There are many things we care deeply about that go a long way to…

Gerald spent a decade in NYC building microsites for all the brands you know the jingles for, then four years in PVD working on his startup. He loves all things ECMAScript, and learned its ins and outs by contributing to CoffeeScript. When he can't sleep, he asks Siri to read specifications to him. Gerald lives in Rhode Island with his…

While originally attending college to major in Biology, and then Philosophy, Lauren ultimately decided to leave school and work in the corporate world to help make up her mind as to what she wanted to do since she was clearly terrible at deciding without having more experience. During this time, she fell in love with technology and decided to go…

Having lived most of her life in Minnesota and Texas, Vivian is excited about experiencing the four seasons in Boulder. She brings with her to MojoTech a pair of degrees from Trinity University; a BA in Philosophy and a BS in Computer Science. In addition to building great software, Vivian enjoys cooking, gaming (board and video), skiing and volunteering. 1.…

It's no secret that we here at MojoTech are big advocates of Elixir. We're using it on client projects, talking about it at conferences, Elixir meetups, and we're even involved in an incredible conference this fall. (See: Elixir with Love) We've spent a fair amount of time getting to know the ins and outs, so we decided to share some…

As React advocates, we've used React on a number of client projects, put on a two-day symposium, and frequently share our thoughts on the framework and community here on this blog. Whether you're new to React or using it every day, it's valuable to remain up to date on the latest tools and resources available, so we asked a few…

Clutch.co, a B2B research and consumer review service, recently spoke with Will Farrell, Lead Software Architect at MojoTech, about cloud infrastructure options and various cloud solution options. Will's interview gives an insightful look into how MojoTech evaluates cloud solutions for our client projects. His original interview can be found on Clutch.co or you can read the exchange below!…

CEO Nick Kishfy recently sat down with the Providence Business News to discuss his views on "innovation resources" in Rhode Island and what it was like to build a company up from two to nearly 50 employees. The original interview can be found at PBN.com, or you can read the exchange below! Job creator: MojoTech founder Nick Kishfy is…

Shaughnessy has lots of ideas, and all of them are great. While earning an English degree, working as a writer, and then becoming a business analyst in state government, she learned to communicate ideas in various forms: blogs, confessional poetry, software requirements, user stories, ill-advised tweets, PowerPoint presentations, and occasionally JavaScript. Outside of work as a professional idea-haver at MojoTech,…

Building an innovative company

On paper, MojoTech's resume looks pretty impressive. Since its inception in 2008, MojoTech has launched more than 100 products by partnering with clients to deliver software that solves their most complex business problems. MojoTech was ranked the 42nd fastest growing software company in America by Inc. Magazine, and was listed as one of 2016’s Best Places to Work for…

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