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The Weekly Review

When people think about productivity and David Allen’s Getting Things Done system, they often think about creative ways to approach planning, checklists and the notion of ubiquitous capture. What can get overlooked is actually the most important part of the system: the weekly review. Getting a chance to step back and review once a week…

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Building Interactive Maps: What’s Your Vector, Victor?

Recently we were asked to create a custom interactive map of the world. The map needed to have countries grouped together to form arbitrary regions, and users needed to be able to interact with those regions. Determined to keep the map lightweight, flexible, and fun, we decided to render the map using scalable vector graphics…

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Bank on People, Not Process

July will mark my one year anniversary at Centresource, and I’ve been inclined lately to write about the effect of this transition on my life. When it comes to professional development, I could go on and on about the growth I’ve experienced or the challenges I’ve faced as a developer (both worthy subjects and ones…

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Design Thinking

A few weeks ago, I attended a workshop on Design Thinking through a great training program called The Skillery.  I packed up all the essentials for what I thought would be a sit-down, speaker-in-front-of-me, Powerpoint seminar.  With my trusty computer, notebook, and coffee-in-hand, I walked into an open room with strangers and was told to…

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Natural and Reactive Planning

In David Allen’s Getting Things Done, he breaks down how our brain naturally plans a project or task. It’s a very straightforward process on the surface. Your mind figures out what it wants, then figures out how to get there, then unrolls the plan. Despite it’s simplicity, too often we ignore this instinctual methodology and…

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Go Behind the Scenes of your Company with Instagram

I recently purchased a book called “Instant Baseball” by Brad Mangin. Brad has been photographing for Major League Baseball and Sport Illustrated for over 20 years. It wasn’t until last season that he decided to start taking photos with his iPhone and post them to his Instagram account. What came next was a huge surprise….

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Instagram Video App

Social media strikes again!  Our beloved Instagram is now better than ever with its new 15-second video feature.  Now a direct competitor with Vine, I’ve noticed some significant advantages to using Instagram video over Vine.  Take a look at these three new features: Pro tip time! • If you don’t want muffled sound in the…

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Reality Show Success For Centresource Partner

Centresource congratulates LiveSchool Inc. on being selected as one of the top 25 startups in the U.S. by the Wall Street Journal! We had the privilege of partnering with LiveSchool this year and couldn’t be more excited for them. As you can imagine, the competition is fierce. To qualify, each startup had to have less…

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Centresource Co-Sponsors 2013 Leadership Summit

Centresource was proud to co-sponsor the 2013 Leadership Summit on June 5. The event was hosted by Dick Wallace and The Alternative Board, and I had the honor of serving as the emcee. Business leaders from Middle Tennessee packed the Cool Springs Marriott conference room to hear six keynote speakers discuss effective leadership strategies in…

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A Culture of Learning

I’m pretty new here at Centresource; I’m pretty new to development in general and Centresource took a chance by hiring a Junior Developer. I’m glad they did–I like it here. I like it for a number of reasons: the people are great, the space is comfortable, ROWE is sweet, and the work is challenging. More…