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Spring Zing ’17

by Adam Robinson on May 24, 2017 | | culture

One of our core values at Level 12 is work-life balance. In keeping with this value, events are hosted throughout the year to bring our team members and their families together outside of work. The Spring Zing '17 family event was a lot of fun for everyone. The event started with a rendezvous at Malibu Jack's. We played miniature golf,...

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ETA Transact 17 Recap

by Adam Robinson on May 17, 2017 | | Payment Industry

eta transact 17

Randy Syring and Adam Robinson attended Transact 17, the annual conference hosted by the Electronic Transaction Association. The event was held at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. This was the first time members of our team attended this national event for the payments industry. We were encouraged to participate by one of our clients and colleagues in this market. After returning...

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Our Hiring Process

by Adam Robinson on May 10, 2017 | | culture

our hiring process for developers

There are lots of people who call themselves developers or say they can write code. Like any other endeavor, capabilities range from the elite to those who should look for something else to do. Just because a person says they can code doesn’t mean he or she can. According to Peopleware, the best developers are up to 28 times more...

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Freelancer vs Software Development Firm: Who should you hire?

by Adam Robinson on May 3, 2017 | | Software Development

freelancer vs software development firm

For the sake of this article, let's assume you have decided NOT to hire a full-time developer as an employee and need to outsource work on a custom software project. Who should you hire? Freelancer vs Software Development Firm Before we assess each option, it is important to have answers to the following questions: What is the core problem being...

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