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
Tyrannosaurus Tech Recognized as an Industry Leader
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
We are elated to share our recent inclusion in Clutch’s press release identifying industry leaders across a number of sectors and geographic locations. In the annual report, Tyrannosaurus Tech has been highlighted among the top app developers in Atlanta! Clutch, a Washington, D.C.-based ratings and reviews platform, contacts our past clients to obtain reviews of […]Read More
Get to Know the Winners and Finalists of Atlanta Startup Battle Spring 2018
by: Karissa Austin
Every quarter, hundreds of aspiring entrepreneurs and startup junkies descend upon Tech Square Labs for Atlanta Startup Battle, a local pitch competition with a grand prize of $100,000. The competition has quickly grown since its inception, as evidenced by the over 500 applicants to this year’s event. But alas, there could only be 6 finalists, […]Read More
Do It Yourself: Why Non-Technical Marketers Need to Learn Analytics
by: Karissa Austin
I am no stranger to doing things myself; I’ve held two positions at startup companies where I was essentially the entire digital marketing department. From blog writing to analytics reporting, I’ve basically done it all. So it always confuses me when I learn that it’s not uncommon for marketers at larger companies to rely on […]Read More
How to Hire a Developer
by: Jamie Smith
The prospect of finding the right developer can be daunting even in the best of circumstances. What kind of developer do you need? Where do you look for them? Once you find prospects, how do you make sure they’ll fit in with your company and can do what they say they can do? We’ve put […]Read More
7 of the Best WordPress Plugins for Startups
by: Karissa Austin
Whether you’ve just closed your Series A or are barely building your website, it’s important to get the most of a tight startup budget. Check out these 7 free and cheap WordPress plugins that will boost your SEO, content marketing, analytics, and social media initiatives to help your company scale (can you say IPO?). Yoast […]Read More
Blockchain for Business: What You Need to Know Before Jumping In
by: Carlos L Gonzalez
What’s the definition of blockchain? It depends on who you ask. We asked around and got some differing answers: “Blockchain is a method of validating transactions based on transactions that have come before in the chain.” “A peer to peer technology, to decentralize financial exchange, in its infancy and with as many supporters saying it […]Read More
How Being Bad at Coding Lead New Hire Karissa Austin to Tyrannosaurus Tech
by: Karissa Austin
My first foray into the tech world happened in my brief stint of attempting to become a developer my freshman year of college. My friends were aspiring computer science majors, and I found their problem sets and tech knowledge to be very interesting. So I enrolled myself in Intro to Java. There was no prior […]Read More
Director of Operations Blake Charvoz T-Tech’s Latest Hire
by: Blake Charvoz
I owe my start into the tech industry to Justin Timberlake and Jesse Eisenberg…err Mark Zuckerberg and Sean Parker. When I was 20 I saw the movie “The Social Network” and afterward remember thinking “These guys are amazing, I gotta get a job in tech.” I also knew from that point on I would only follow […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech Gains Recognition as Top Mobile App Dev Agency… Again
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
If ending the year with an award as a top UX agency in Atlanta is a good thing, it can’t be bad that we started the year being recognized again, can it? To start out 2018 with a bang, we are happy to announce our inclusion on the Kumulos Top Atlanta Sofware Developers List for […]Read More
Tyrannosaurus Tech Ends Year With Spot On Top UX Agencies in ATL List!
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
Who doesn’t like to end the year on a high note? At Tyrannosaurus Tech, we are excited to announce that we’ve once again earned a spot on a prestigious list published by Clutch, the Top UX Designers in Atlanta. Clutch is a B2B technology ratings and reviews platform in Washington, D.C. They research thousands of […]Read More
Building a Team – Part 1.
by: Tyrannosauruas Tech
Becoming a great team isn’t possible. Building a great team is. Just like you can’t throw a handful of seeds into a garden and hope they grow into a cohesive collection of flora… Just like you can’t throw a bunch of random disjointed recipes together and hope to open a successful restaurant… Just like you […]Read More
November is Team Building Month
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
Every company is a team. Within that large team are groupings of smaller teams. And there may be even more granular groupings. This month we are focusing on the ways to build a better team. From finding the right people to ensuring they’ll fit in once you do find them, this November we’re exploring the […]Read More
User Experience Month Rewind
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
It’s Halloween. The veil between the world of the living and that of the dead is at it’s thinnest, or something and the Holiday Season™ begins tomorrow. Before everything gets too crazy, we decided to  settle in to a relaxing look back at our month of User Experience. We began by getting a lesson on […]Read More
EmergiProtect App Tackles Dangerous Lack of Fast, Accurate Food Safety Information Available to Restaurants
by: Tyrannosaurus Tech
If you were out to dinner with your family and a fellow patron complained of getting sick from their meal, you’d trust restaurant management to know exactly what to do to prevent others from becoming ill, right? Wrong say the folks at Public Health Innovations. According to their research, most food retailers are woefully unprepared […]Read More
The Dark Side of UX
by: Jamie Smith
As much as examples of how to do something well, examples of how not to do things are just as valuable. Something about learning from your mistakes or not repeating history or something… These UX gaffes are generally to be avoided.  {Insert Photo Here} Stock photos are the actual worst. Unless you are using them for any other […]Read More

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