Pillars of Level 12: Client Empathy
culture,software development by Royce Hall on July 6, 2020 |
Software Development is a Fundamentally a Discovery Process Normally, the people that were interacting with as a software consultancy shop don't know a lot about software development, so we have to start by exploring their project scope and budget. Typically our clients have a general understanding of the problem to be solved, but not see the 5-10 different ways of...
Top App Development Company in Louisville
culture,Louisville,software development by Royce Hall on March 17, 2020 |
Thanks to reviews from our clients, GoodFirms has recognized us as a top app development company in Louisville! GoodFirms is a site that focuses on rating software companies and products based on user reviews (kinda like Google reviews, but specifically for the software industry). If you are a looking for a software product, or a partner for an upcoming project,...
Our Position on Signing Nondisclosure Agreements
culture,software development by Randy Syring on May 31, 2017 |
During the project discovery process, many organizations ask us to sign a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) before sensitive project details are discussed. This may be a reasonable request considering the depth of project discussions and if proprietary information will be discussed. However, the NDAs we are often asked to sign attempt to broadly cover all communication and ideation between Level 12...
Spring Zing ’17
culture by Biz Dev on May 24, 2017 |
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,...
Our Hiring Process
culture by Biz Dev on May 10, 2017 |
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...