Why Software Development?
by: Michael Moore
Hi my name is Michael Moore and I’d like to share why I chose to be a software developer. First a little bit about myself. I’m married with three girls. I like reading books and working out. I’m also a […] Read More »
How Improv Taught Me to Learn & Fail Faster
by: Brandy Reaves
A couple of years ago, I enrolled in an improv class to think better on my feet and to maybe grow a funny bone or two.   Actors can do it. Why couldn’t I? Spoiler: You won’t see me on stage […] Read More »
5 Essential Mobile Health Apps
by: Jyotsna Khan
Staying healthy. One of the most daunting tasks man has faced. We get it, in this fast paced work environment, staying healthy can be tough. It almost seems that everything you’re doing now is the exact opposite of what you […] Read More »
Panel Discussion: Code or No Code? How I Built My Tech Startup
by: Jyotsna Khan
The “no code” movement is disrupting the startup space. Companies such as mentoring-platform Plato use no-code platform Bubble for all their back office applications. Startups Qoins and Meetaway run their client-facing apps on Bubble, and Dividend Finance uses Bubble and […] 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, […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] 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) […] 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 […] 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 […] 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 […] Read More »

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