How To Continue To Code As A Manager

A few months ago I shared my thoughts on “Why Managers Should Continue To Code”. I had ended that with a statement asking you to take action, but did not outline any strategies for you to follow. In this article, I will share some of my strategies with you, and also give you a recent example […]

By |December 10th, 2014|Travel News|1 Comment

Why Managers Should Continue To Code

If you are a manager in a software development company, there is a good chance that you are not coding anymore. A typical organization does not expect managers to be writing code and contributing to products that are released. This usually results in managers stepping away from coding and the details that go along with it.

But is this how it should be? Let me tell you my story. […]

By |July 16th, 2014|Travel News|0 Comments

TripCase Partners with DFW International Airport and Launches Blackberry

WOW… an incredible day for our team!
We announced the partnership with DFW International Airport and our Blackberry launch in grand style, the airport hosted an “Endless Summer” event in all 5 terminals.

Tiki Huts, hulu dancers, steel drum bands, food and beverages and lots of TripCase messages. Pictures and video coming in but here are some […]

By |September 3rd, 2009|Features, TripCase News|0 Comments

Countdown is on…

So we’re days away from final submission to Apple. We’re pretty excited, tired, anxious and giddy all at once.

Our team has spent several months on iteration planning, design mocks, copy points and branding. We just want it live already! Having a third party be *the* dependency on go/ no-go is unusual for us, so it’s […]

By |March 4th, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments

When is When?

When someone asks a pregnant woman when she is due the answer is simple. The due date, while not an exact prediction, is a rather straight forward formula that doesn’t vary from pregnancy to pregnancy. We don’t have the choice of extending the birth date until the nursery is completed, or until all the announcements […]

By |February 16th, 2009|TripCase News|0 Comments