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The Extrovert Who Went Remote

December 22, 2015

It was 2011. I had just finished reading Why Work Sucks and How to Fix It – a book focused on delivering results from anywhere versus sitting in an office chair for eight hours a day. This book changed my perspective about work. I wanted my future to be focused on delivering results. If I…

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No Unicorns Allowed:
3 Calls to Action from the Inc 5000 Conference

October 26, 2015

Three days. Three short, mind-altering days. We just spent three days in a room with the 5000 fastest growing companies in the country. In that room, every age group, every industry, and every geographic area was represented. There were high school dropouts, MBAs, and millionaires. But there was one thing that room did not have.…

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Modus Create Makes the 2015 Inc. 5000 List

August 14, 2015

It’s been a good news week for us at Modus Create!  Inc. Magazine released its 2015 list of the 5,000 fastest-growing private companies in America, and we were #639.  What’s better, Modus Create was the top ranked software company in the entire Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland area on this 2015 list. To tout just…

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The Benefits and Drawbacks of Working From Home

July 7, 2015

When you hear “remote work” do you think of “dream job” and the ability to work outside of the office (dare I say on the beach)? Remote work has become a popular option among today’s workforce. Many companies allow the ability to work from home when necessary while others hire for full-time remote positions. Telecommuting…

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Hands On With Polymer 1.0

June 18, 2015

Overview On May 29, 2015, the polymer team announced the release of Polymer 1.0.  Since the release of Polymer 0.5 developer preview, the team has rewritten the library from the ground up, with increased performance and better functionality as results. Polymer is one of the first implementations of a user interface library built upon the…

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Web Components Introduction

May 12, 2015

Web Components Introduction Web Components is a standard that is getting really popular these days, Browser support is getting better and we can use libraries such as Polymer, XTags and Bosonic. In addition, Angular 2 will introduce support for Web Components, Shadow DOM, Templating, etc. It’s important to understand all these concepts in order to…

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Good Agile. Bad Agile.

April 28, 2015

  There are Good Agile teams and there are Bad Agile teams. Building great software depends on a commitment to excellence and continued improvement. Therefore, it is critical to closely examine what separates the good from the bad so we can identify gap for improvement in our own teams and organizations. Good Agile teams put…

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Pride, Prejudice and Quality Code

April 21, 2015

“Mary wished to say something very sensible, but knew not how.” ― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice Have you ever been on a project that is simply riddled with problems? We’re not just talking about bugs either but trouble of all kinds – regression errors, performance issues, unnecessarily complex code, !important rules sprinkled with abandon…

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SenchaCon 2015

April 16, 2015

We hope you enjoyed SenchaCon as much as we did! The two day conference promised a bright future for one of the leading environments for mobile and desktop enterprise apps. As Sencha’s premier partner and a SenchaCon gold sponsor, the Modus Create team was at the conference’s epicenter. We enjoyed speaking with conference attendees and…

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SenchaCon 2015 – Day 1 Recap

April 8, 2015

An eventful first day of SenchaCon 2015 has just wrapped up with a plethora of mesmerizing announcements and demos. Here’s a recap of today’s highlights. Latest Trends in Web Application Development Leading up to the conference there was much anticipation for the keynote and what Sencha was going to unveil. Art Landro, Sencha’s CEO, kicked…

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