SEP Event: 10 Years of Agile

Wednesday, September 23rd | 3:00pm – 4:30pm Agile transformation, Agile adoption, Agile implementations…Topics discussed in many books, blogs and conference presentations. But what does it look like in “real life”?…

2014 RHIT Grad Giuliana Watson’s Tips for Students

We asked Giuliana, recent RHIT grad, some questions about her experiences joining SEP… How did you hear about SEP? My mom is big in the Agile world, and she had…

Your Home Is About To Get Smarter and Safer

The Internet of Things (IoT) shows no sign of slowing down. As an industry-leading provider of home security solutions, Allegion™ is focused on identifying ways to employ the IoT concept…

Book Review: Predicting the Unpredictable – Pragmatic approaches to estimating project schedule or cost by Johanna Rothman

Synopsis On every software project I have been on I’ve been asked 2 questions, “how much does it cost?” and “When will it be done?”. One would think that given…

Mothballing VLAT

Be deliberate.  It’s probably the thing I soapbox about second only to continuous feedback.  In line with practicing what I preach I have to make an announcement.  Recently in agreement…

JDRF Walk to Cure Kickoff – From 1 to None

SEP is a sponsor of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – JDRF. Several of us attended the JDRF Walk to Cure Kickoff lunch today. In addition to some very moving speakers…

The Research Behind the Making of MeHive

Social Science and Relationship Management First pitched as Woo Who at one of our earliest StartUp Weekends, SEP began a project, MeHive, which was a relationship management tool. This project…

SEP Announces New Corporate Partner

Camptown welcomes Software Engineering Professionals (SEP) to the Camptown family as a Mt. McKinley Sponsor.  SEP, an employee-owned local software product design and development company, was started in 1988 by…

meHive, an experiment in product development

From time to time, SEP makes forays into product development.  As a service company, we face many challenges as we do this, the single biggest challenge being allocation of dedicated…