5 Essential Mobile Health Apps
by: Aazan Khan
Health is hell. It almost seems that everything you’re doing now is the exact opposite of what you should be doing and is bound to give you some sort of life threatening disease later down the line. With so much to balance (your diet, your mental well being, and exercise) staying healthy can be such […]Read More
Design for Emotion: How Good UX can Drive User Engagement and Conversions
by: Jyotsna Khan
According to a recent study from Forrester Research, a well-designed user interface and user experience (UX/UI) can increase a website’s conversion rate by 200% to 400%. These days, attention spans run short. When users engage with your website or product, you only have seconds to influence them. The Experience is The Product <=> The Product […]Read More
Flutter: First Impression
by: John Hewitt
For the past few months, I’ve been looking into Google’s latest endeavor, Flutter. I have spent the last 3 years working on and off with React Native and have developed a complicated relationship with it.  While it appears to be the best cross platform framework on the market currently, it has always come off a […]Read More
Discovering My Passion
by: Aazan Khan
Coming from an immigrant family, I was always taught the necessity of hard work and how fundamental education was to success. I had always wanted to follow my mother’s wishes and my older brother’s shadow by becoming a doctor. For the longest time I had been dead set on it, proudly declaring that this was […]Read More
3 Core Cultural Tenets at Tyrannosaurus Tech
by: Richard Simms
It’s hard to believe it has been a full three years since we first started Tyrannosaurus Tech. In some ways, time has flown. At the same time, so much has happened, so it also feels like it has been a long journey to get to where we are. The company has grown, we’ve hired some […]Read More
Panel Discussion – How Small Businesses Can Leverage AI Now
by: Jyotsna Khan
Join us on May 2nd for an interesting Panel Discussion with Felipe Castrillon, Chief Data Officer Kevy, Kathelyn Zelaya, Data Scientist Panasonic Automotive, Ankur Kalra, Founder Hops Labs and Daniel Samarov, Founder and Data Scientist DS Box. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are everywhere these days. From Amazon’s Alexa speech deciphering skills to […]Read More
Getting Trapped in IT and How I Escaped
by: John Hewitt
I’m a recent graduate from Appalachian State University who even more recently escaped the clutches of the IT world. I spent the past 4 years slaving away for a degree I admittedly didn’t want at first. I preferred studying linguistics and skate/snowboarding the afternoons away. I explored new options I never imagined in a small […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech Featured as Top Mobile App Development Company in Atlanta by GoodFirms
by: Jyotsna Khan
Tyrannosaurus Tech is proud to be featured as an industry leader on Goodfirms.com, a Washington, DC based B2B research and review platform for top technology, software & eCommerce development service companies. They evaluated the top Atlanta app developers and highlighted our company as one of the leading development firms in their research. Tyrannosaurus Tech helps […]Read More
The Journey from Engineering to Sales
by: Jyotsna Khan
I grew up in Bombay (aka Mumbai), the city of dreams and the land of Bollywood (also the most populous city in India with an estimated population of 12.4 million). It was a rat race like no other. Think “survival of the fittest.” So like most 16-year-olds, I only had two options that would make […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech CoFounder, Carlos Gonzalez, selected as a ChooseATL Influencer
by: T. Tech
We’re very proud to share that our CoFounder, Carlos Gonzalez, was recently selected by ChooseATL to be a part of its Influencer Class. The recognition is much deserved as Carlos’ work in the Atlanta community over the past several years has had a tremendous impact. An avid fan of all things tech, Carlos is an […]Read More
Interview with Kevy Chief Data Officer Felipe Castrillon
by: Carlos Gonzalez
Catching Up with Kevy’s New Chief Data Officer Felipe Castrillon on Artificial IntelligenceOne of our favorite local startups Kevy recently brought on seasoned data scientist Felipe Castrillon as Chief Data Scientist. Felipe brings his expertise in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) to the Kevy email marketing platform – a new service called Kevy […]Read More
Work from Home Policies: Finding the Right Balance for Your Creative Team
by: Richard Simms
Work from home policies and “flexible” office hours can be tricky things to get right. I admit we’ve struggled with them at times at Tyrannosaurus Tech, and I think we’re still fine tuning where we stand on them day by day. How can we properly strike the right balance? On one hand, work is evolving […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech – Clutch Blog Post – Top GA App Developers
by: Richard Simms
Tyrannosaurus Tech Featured as Top Georgia App Developer This past June, Tyrannosaurus Tech was proud to be featured as an industry leader on Clutch.co, a ratings and reviews platform based in Washington D.C. They evaluated the top Atlanta app developers and highlighted our company as one of the leading development firms in their research. This […]Read More
Video Games, Robots, and Code: Hotshot Jr. Dev joins Tyrannosaurus Tech
by: Josh Holley
What is software development really? While on the surface it may just be the act of composing some text that can be translated into machine code to achieve some end, what it really represents is the unique intersection of problem-solving and design. The goal of good software is to ensure that humans work less while […]Read More
Top 5 Misconceptions about Building an MVP
by: Richard Simms
This blog post originally appeared on Simply SaaS. At Tyrannosaurus Tech, we talk to a lot of people in a given week, and that is part of what we love about what we do here. We hear big ideas from a diverse array of industries and organizations, from early-stage startups to Fortune 500 companies. We […]Read More
The Road to Better and Cleaner Code
by: Tarciso Loiola
Right after finishing my Associate Degree in Computer Science at Georgia Perimeter College, I had decided it was time to start applying for a few positions in the tech field. Since I had a Bachelor Degree in Information Systems from Brazil, I thought it was going to be a piece of cake.Unfortunately, I was mistaken. […]Read More
How to Solve a Puzzle
by: Tyler Forster
My first encounter with technology was in my high school Comp Tia A+ certification course. I didn’t take it seriously. Ironically, I got an A in the class but never completed the free certification that came with it. I am still kicking myself for that one, although the course helped me realize I had an […]Read More
From Coffee to Coding Apprentice
by: Diane Riffel
For the past 15 years, I’ve been immersed in the coffee scene. Leaping into the dark and scary waters of the unknown (aka starting a small business) and hoping and praying I didn’t sink. And, thank goodness, I didn’t.Fast forward to today, I’ve taken another leap into some unchartered territory and it’s just as exciting, […]Read More
Entrepreneur Early and Often
by: Shannon Adair
I wrote my first business proposal in second grade. I don’t remember if it was my idea or my mom’s suggestion to make it a roofing company, but I suppose putting roofs on houses is the kind of hands-on task that a second grader could imagine she understands. You see, my mother worked for a […]Read More
Decoding why developers are more productive at night
by: Leslie Eisenstat, Project Manager at SouthernKitchen.com
I’ve been a project manager in some capacity for the majority of my career and have spent a handful of years working with developers. I’m big on productivity and have always found that I get my best work done in the morning hours so I never truly understood why developers claim to do their best […]Read More

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