Our Agile Approach to Project Management
by: Richard Simms
Your time is valuable, and hey, so is ours. At Tyrannosaurus Tech, we prioritize speed and communication over bulky processes. Instead of the traditional, waterfall-style approach to project management, we utilize agile methodologies to ensure that our team can move […] Read More »
Different Types of Minimum Viable Products
by: Carlos Gonzalez
Welcome back! Our last blog post discussed the minimum viable product mindset and how it can set you up for success at the beginning of your digital product development journey. If you haven’t checked it out, we recommend reading this […] Read More »
The Minimum Viable Product Mindset
by: Carlos Gonzalez
FAQ — What is an MVP? We’re not talking about your high school quarterback, folks. In our world, MVP stands for minimum viable product and it’s a critical step in the product development process. Identifying the optimal MVP for your […] Read More »
5 Common Third-Party Tools for SaaS Products
by: Richard Simms
As all aspects of our lives go increasingly digital, there has never been a better time to tap into the power of technology. No matter what industry you’re in, there’s a good chance that a web-based tool or SaaS product […] Read More »
How Much Will My Digital Product Cost?
by: Richard Simms
Repeat after me: There’s no such thing as a quick-quote-turnaround in the world of app development—and anyone who tells you otherwise is doing you a disservice.  If we were to simply give you a price and send you on your […] Read More »
An Evolution in Branding: The Story Behind Our New Look
by: Richard Simms
New dinosaur, who this? You might have noticed that we recently launched a refreshed brand for Tyrannosaurus Tech. Why the change, you ask? Here’s the backstory behind our new digital footprint. The Humble Beginnings In the early days of Tyrannosaurus […] Read More »
Global State Management with React Hooks and Context
by: J.B. Watson
If you are using React.js, you are probably familiar with Redux. Redux has been the go-to for global state management with javascript  projects. However, Redux introduces more complexities with actions, reducers and a store, requiring a lot of extra code […] Read More »
Improving the Accessibility of a React Form
by: Michael Moore
I’ve recently been a part of a project in which I’m helping to fix some accessibility issues for an established SaaS product. But this isn’t the first time I’ve encountered accessibility ( I will refer to accessibility to a11y for […] Read More »
React Native and Flutter: Building A List
by: Michael Moore
  I’ve recently started doing research into the Flutter framework to learn mobile development. To give you a little background about myself, I’m a React Native developer for Tyrannosaurus Tech. I’m also a self taught developer with three kids and […] Read More »
Active Food Safety + Purell Spring into Action with EmergiProtect COVID-19 Updates
by: Richard Simms
As the pandemic coronavirus crisis unfolds, Active Food Safety has moved quickly to update EmergiProtect, its flagship food safety mobile application used by restaurant owners and managers. As we all know, the food service industry has been hit hard recently. […] Read More »
One Disrupting Summer: How a Failed Startup Led Rob Townsend to TTech
by: Rob Townsend
The semester after I transferred from a local community college into Georgia Tech, I decided to spend my first summer there taking it easy: I’d knock out a couple classes, and in my down time I’d build a startup with […] Read More »
Goodfirms Interviews Tyrannosaurus Tech CEO and Co-Founder Richard Simms
by: Richard Simms
In this interview, Tyrannosaurus Tech CEO and Cofounder, Richard Simms, speaks with Goodfirms and shares insight into his role at the company and  why he and Carlos Gonzalez started Tyrannosaurus Tech, which acts as a technology partner for companies looking […] Read More »

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