BLOG

Thoughts From The Team

DPL Reading List – March 15, 2019

DPL Reading List – March 15, 2019

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. The World Wide Web Turns 30: Our Favorite Memories from A to Z – “Over the past 30 years, major portions of the web have come and gone. They’ve made us laugh and cringe, let us waste time and find...

Beer && Code: One of Our Favorite Local Meetups

Beer && Code: One of Our Favorite Local Meetups

One of the great things about Lincoln is its growing number of educational opportunities centered around technology and software development. One of them is near and dear to our hearts: Beer && Code. Started by Don’t Panic Labs software engineer Branden Barber...

Product Design Lifecycle, Part 2: Scope + Structure

Product Design Lifecycle, Part 2: Scope + Structure

One of the toughest and most critical steps of the product design lifecycle is the Scope definition stage. It also happens to be where so many people go wrong—roughly 29% of the projects get it right and succeed according to the Standish Group’s Chaos Report. Scoping...

DPL Reading List – March 8, 2019

DPL Reading List – March 8, 2019

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. Stressed at Work? Mentoring a Colleague Could Help – “So if mentoring is to help mentors, organizations need to account for the resources allocated to mentoring and allow flexibility for those...

DPL Reading List – March 1, 2019

DPL Reading List – March 1, 2019

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. Microsoft puts mixed reality, high-speed 3D rendering, and Kinect vision into cloud – “The Azure Kinect Developer Kit (DK) bumps up the specs substantially when compared to the old Xbox accessory;...

DPL Reading List – February 22, 2019

DPL Reading List – February 22, 2019

Here are some of the new and interesting articles we found this week. Nasty code-execution bug in WinRAR threatened millions of users for 14 years – “The vulnerability was the result of an absolute path traversal flaw that resided in UNACEV2.DLL, a third-party code...