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 […] Read More »
Tyrannosaurus Tech – Clutch Blog Post – Top GA App Developers
by: Richard Simms
Tyrannosaurus Tech Featured as Top Georgia App DeveloperThis 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] Read More »
Tyrannosaurus Tech Recognized as a Top App Developer in Atlanta
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, […] 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 […] 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 […] Read More »




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