Exciting work at a Boring-Sounding Place

New post up over at my personal blog: [url=https://www.wadewinningham.com/2018/02/28/exciting-work-at-a-boring-sounding-place/]https://www.wadewinningham.com/2018/02/28/exciting-work-at-a-boring-sounding-place/[/url]

Together, we create

I’m going to be writing more posts over at [url=https://www.wadewinningham.com]https://www.wadewinningham.com[/url].

First up is [url=https://www.wadewinningham.com/2018/01/16/together-we-create/]https://www.wadewinningham.com/2018/01/16/together-we-create/[/url]

While I’ll do some quick posts here to direct people I’ll eventually just have this site likely redirect over there at some point.

Power Home Remodeling Group in Fortune Magazine

Since the end of 2007, I've done most of my work for Power Home Remodeling Group. Creating the application that runs just about their entire business, Nitro. Fortune Magazine just named them the #1 Best Workplace for Millennials. Our core development team is just a few people. We want more. If you want to be challenged. Are a UX/UI person, Ruby on Rails developer, Front-End developer, even interested in technical support, let me know. [url=https://fortune.com/2015/06/23/power-home-remodeling-millennias/]https://fortune.com/2015/06/23/power-home-remodeling-millennias/[/url]

Ben Klang to speak at RailsConf 2015 on WebRTC

I've spent a lot of this year talking about Adhearsion and, at a functional level, how Power Home Remodeling Group integrates it into their workflow. MojoLingo is our partner in regards to all things Adhearsion. And part of that is creating a custom chat client that does things no other chat client can do. And that's offer things specific to our business that wouldn't apply to just anyone. It's about context. RailsConf 2015 is in Atlanta, GA. Ben Klang, from MojoLingo, will be presenting about using WebRTC to put real-time voice, video and text into your Rails application.

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