Back in November, MojoTech was recognized for its approach toward building an “Innovative” company. This oft-used buzzword takes many forms, but at its heart, innovation means a positive shift towards advancement. As the company began making preparations to close out the year and set our goals for the next, MojoTech was presented with an opportunity to further define the kind…

Jeff has been lucky enough to provide solutions to problems in the healthcare, e-commerce, non-profit, and shipping industries. He cares deeply about both quality and pragmatism, but mostly people. A year-round bicycle commuter, he has braved 80 blocks one-way through Manhattan, as well as Colorado winters. He thinks New York pizza is best but will eat any kind. Read on…

We’ve given hundreds of talks and written millions of righteous words about the problems we solve; insisting that designers don’t just "make things pretty" — that we make the world a better place. We pointed to industry giants like Dieter Rams and Viktor Papanek as examples of designers who’ve solved meaningful problems. We wanted, and still want,…

There’s a lot of chatter these days about the problems with REST, as well as a whole host of proposed solutions. GraphQL. Falcor. Om.next. These are all interesting tools with their own sets of tradeoffs, but not everyone has the luxury of starting a greenfield project or throwing out REST entirely. What about the thousands of existing REST…

Channing realized during his senior year of college that the Economics and Finance degrees he’d just earned didn't match up with what he really wanted to do with his life. So he moved to San Francisco, hope-rich and cash-poor, and began building with Rails. A few years later he fell in love with React and has focused on the…

As one of the "elder statesmen" at MojoTech, I interview a lot of engineers. Over the years, I've come to see this more and more as a discipline in itself. I've found that the craft of conversational interviews, like many inexact sciences, consists of navigating tensions between opposing forces. It's all about finding the right balance. Here are a few…

Elias obtained his CS degree from Grinnell College, a tiny little school in Iowa. He initially intended on majoring in physics but realized that he didn’t find physics jokes funny. In contrast, he took to programmer humor immediately. Elias is passionate about programming language design and theory and wants to explore how engineers can better use programming language concepts…

Andy Davies is a designer from Providence, but got his start in San Francisco, where he built a lot of websites for startups before moving into building systems and identities for foundations and open-source movements. Andy originally studied print design, but annoyed his professors by turning every project into an app or website. In his free time, Andy enjoys drawing…

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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