Introducing codeMATterings

It is with great pride and honor that we are ready to introduce McLane Advanced Technologies’ brand new Tech Blog – codeMATterings.

Blogs are beneficial in many ways to all participants alike; readers, the organization, and the author. To the reader, a blog can offer inspirational advice, a solution to a problem or simply a recreational break. To the author, it offers the opportunity to give back to the community, get a deeper understanding by converting their tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge and also to log his or her experiences along the way. To the organization, it provides a way to keep their target audience interested in their products and services by providing additional information that may be helpful to their customers. It also provides the opportunity for the organization to share something with the community.

We have created this Tech Blog with all three of those participants and each of their benefits in mind. In our posts we will share our technical knowledge, experiences and lessons learned from around the world. The information is to provide code insight for our existing customers, potential customers, and our peers.

Our Focus

Our focus for this blog is to provide technical experience information as it relates to software development. Our topics will vary in different programming languages, tools, and methodologies, but will all be beneficial to software development professionals.

Special interest roles include:

  • Programmers
  • Software Engineers
  • Testers
  • Business Analysts
  • Systems Analysts
  • Systems Engineers
  • QA Engineers
  • Testing Techs/Engineers
  • Content Management Techs

We are extremely excited and look forward to all the informative posts that are to come. If you are a McLane Advanced Technologies employee and are interested in posting to the codeMATterings, please send an email to Fernando Zamora to receive the full guidelines and additional information.

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