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Putting the “Kick” Into Kickoff Workshops

Putting the “Kick” Into Kickoff Workshops

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Kickoff workshops are one of the most important parts of the Envoc Experience. We decided to ditch stale, boring, presentation-style meetings and replace them with fun, collaborative, get-up-out-your-seat activities that pull the team together and launch a project with energy and focus. Get your thinking caps on, people! [...]
How Hard is it to Build an App?

How Hard is it to Build an App?

Written by Brian Rigsby on

Seemingly simple software and app development projects often pose many unexplored questions and problems. Even the most basic software solutions may have dozens of decisions behind them. In this post, we’ll take you through an example of how an "easy" task actually plays out in the development [...]
An Introduction to Dependency Injection in .NET MVC

An Introduction to Dependency Injection in .NET MVC

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A requirement to writing clean, maintainable code that your software and anyone maintaining it deserves     This article will give a brief introduction to the concept of Dependency Injection, specifically using .NET MVC in C#. By covering the basics and fundamental concepts required to utilize this technology, we [...]
Competitors: With Whom do we Compete?

Competitors: With Whom do we Compete?

Written by Calvin Fabre on

We Believe in More Pie Business Schools tell us to study them. “Study your competitors, try to overcome them, try to do one or two things better than them so as to gain market share,” they preach. This is a "scarcity thinking" mentality. That is, we believe there [...]
Design Trends We’re Over & Into - Part 2

Design Trends We’re Over & Into - Part 2

Written by Aaron Landry on

Design is constantly evolving. Though the principles of design remain timeless, there are always trends that come and go. That’s why certain styles look dated (web 2.0, anyone?) and newer, fresher techniques look AWESOME. We asked our design team to share what trends they were tired of seeing, and [...]
Design Trends We’re Over & Into - Part 1

Design Trends We’re Over & Into - Part 1

Written by Christine Maggi on

Design is constantly evolving. Though the principles of design remain timeless, there are always trends that come and go. That's why certain styles look dated (web 2.0, anyone?) and newer, fresher techniques look AWESOME. We asked our design team to share what trends they were tired of seeing, and the [...]
Why Custom Software is Better

Why Custom Software is Better

Written by Calvin Fabre on

Yell at your software? You’re not alone. If you’re a modern professional, chances are you use software every day to help with those daily tasks that keep your business running. Why? Because it helps you stay organized. It’s fast and efficient, gives you quick [...]
Using AngularJS to handle editing form collections in ASP.Net MVC

Using AngularJS to handle editing form collections in ASP.Net MVC

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We’ve all familiarized ourselves with the process of building out a grocery list. Even though our list probably contains a variety of items, from snacks to toiletries, we are typically able to acquire everything we need from the local superstore of our choosing. It is this simplicity and [...]
Trust Your Designer

Trust Your Designer

Written by Christine Maggi on

The thought of trusting your project's entire visual identity with a professional graphic, web, or UX designer can be scary for someone who has never worked with one. This post was written to ease your anxiety and help you understand what's going on behind those trendy, thick-rimmed [...]
Why We Don’t Offshore and Why You Shouldn’t Either

Why We Don’t Offshore and Why You Shouldn’t Either

Written by Calvin Fabre on

Every week, we receive multiple calls from offshore companies offering software development services for as low as $11 an hour. Does the huge profit margin seem tempting? Maybe—but we turn them down every time. Here's a few reasons why: We Can't Guarantee the Work Envoc builds relationships [...]

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