In this episode of Dev Shop Stories, Josh and Kai discuss the capabilities and applications of AI technology, specifically ChatGPT. They share their first experiences with the software and discuss how it can be used to create summaries, ads, content, and even generate stories.
In this episode, Ryan joins us to discuss layoffs and how they are currently affecting the world.
Josh and Kai explore more terrifying tales in this episode, both from their own personal experiences and those of online users.
In this episode of DevShop Stories, Josh and Kai discuss the role of a product owner and why it is crucial when working on a project.
In this episode, we cover user acceptance testing. Which covers user an important part in the software development process. It involves the customer reviewing the software, comparing it to the requirement documents, and ensuring that it meets their expectations.
In this story, Josh and McKay, explain the importance of having a fixed bid and a clear definition of what "done" means in order to prevent misunderstandings and frustrations.
In this episode, we discuss the value of code reviews and what happens when a developer pushes unchecked code.
This episode of DevShop Stories explains the variety of tools that are used when creating software. Josh, Spencer, and Tanner start by discussing the tools that RedSky Engineering has developed to help ensure their code is efficient.
In this special edition of Dev Shop Stories, Josh and Tanner discuss the shocking horror stories that they have seen in their careers. They recount tales of other developers, both experienced and inexperienced, who ended up causing issues in their software.
Why are processes important? We discuss all the technologies we employ to track, manage, and develop throughout this episode. The justifications for using these particular tools and recommendations to improve client relations. We talk about why it is crucial to hold regular meetings with the product
In this story, Josh and Tanner tell the tale of Alex, an employee who transitioned from building virtual reality installations to becoming an outstanding senior developer.
H.R. Jacob joins Josh and Tanner in this episode to talk about what it means to not be a Karl. We talk about Karl and the difficulties we faced when dealing with people who didn't suit our cultural environment.
In this episode, Josh and Tanner discuss some of the more "interesting people" they have interviewed during the hiring process and how they manage to separate the good interviewees from the bad.
Josh and Tanner explain that if a project has no structure or communication, it can be difficult to complete successfully
Josh and Tanner talk about the challenges they faced when launching a software development business. They discuss how they got started in the business, the difficulties they encountered as a software development company before branching out into virtual reality and powder coating. They also share a