SEP COO Traci Dossett named 2013 Indy’s Best and Brightest Winner

Software Engineering Professionals™ (SEP) is excited to announce Traci Dossett has been recognized as the 2013’s Indy’s Best & Brightest winner in the field of Technology. Dossett began at SEP in 1993…

Big Win for Iterative Development

Team Oracle won the America’s Cup [yacht] race for America in one of those thrilling close victories that only come along once in a quarter century. Read about it here…

Is biometric security really secure?

I’m posting this as a response to my colleague’s blog post. Laurie asked whether biometrics as a security mechanism is actually useful. I see biometric security as an excellent mechanism for…

The Finger

Alright, I wasn’t going to blog for awhile to give everyone a break from my voice, but I just have to do it. Check out this article on the Apple…

Dragging Items in Linked Queries

With the launch of SEP TeamWorks’ latest version last Friday, we are showcasing some of the newest features in a series of blog posts. Adam Scroggin

Fire the Firefighters

Are there fires occurring on your projects? You know the ones: “We have a major delivery coming, and the testers just found 12 new defects.” “The user study uncovered a missing…

Rearranging Project States Using Drag and Drop

With our new version of SEP TeamWorks launching today, we are introducing some of the newest features and giving you easy to follow tips on how to use them. Adam…

Wear a Wearable

This is probably not what the blog challenge had in mind, but I’m going to use the opportunity to write about wearable technology…. There are some fun applications out in…

SEP TeamWorks to Launch Latest Version This Month

In our first year we have had several thousand users download and use SEP TeamWorks (TeamWorks).  We have received your feedback, from those proclaiming the tool’s awesomeness to requests for…

SEP, Ping Pong, and PDUs

Want to learn Embedded Programming and Earn PDUs? You may have heard that our ping pong players recently routed the DeveloperTown team and that we are #1 and awesome in…

Morale App blog

Matt Swanson has kindly allowed me to post some of the morale research I have done as a series of blog posts on Morale App. If you were unaware but…

Shades of Grey

As professional football gets back in the swing of things, I’m reminded of one of the iconic plays from the sport: the Hail Mary. You have to score, but you…

Proud Parent of a Young Researcher: Biomarkers Discovery in Patients with Depression

My daughter worked in a lab at the IUPUI med school her last two years of high school, on a project on biomarkers in patients with depression, bipolar disorder and…

Beware of Solving Things Yourself

There’s one recurring thing I’ve seen new hires at SEP struggle with over the years. Most commonly, this is something we see in hires that are fresh out of college,…

All or Nothing – Blog Battle Post Number Three

Eeww. The phrase All or Nothing brings to mind other dramatic phrases, like Do or Die, Do or Do Not, To Be or Not to Be, and …. What was…

2012 Corporate Giving Infographic

The Community Involvement initiative kick started by the four officers at SEP was a chance to put into action the goodwill SEP spreads among its employees and their families. Through…