Tuesday, March 26, 2019
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION:
Michigan Software Labs,
452 Ada Dr SE Suite 300, Ada, MI
Problem Solving in Software Development
Professional software development is an interesting craft. There are always new technologies to learn, different project delivery methods to keep up on, new hosting platforms available - so much seems to be changing all the time.
Through all of this change, one of the most rewarding (and important) parts of the craft is the opportunity we have to solve problems and create solutions. Sometimes these are technical problems and solutions, but often the technical solutions are the most rewarding when they are in support of higher level problems - figuring out how to improve a business process, making a user’s life a little better, etc.
In this discussion, we’ll talk together about methods and strategies I’ve found for thinking about problems, both technical and non-technical, and creating solutions to solve those problems. I’ll also share some lessons learned over the years about partnering with clients to solve their problems.
About Joshua Hulst
Joshua Hulst is the co-founder and managing partner of Michigan Software Labs, creator of transformational software solutions for middle market and Fortune 500 companies alike. He is a published security researcher, graduate of the GE Edison Engineering Development Program, and frequent industry panelist and speaker.