The Nerdery Blog
Supercharge Your Front-End Development With These New Best PracticesRoneesh VashishtFront-End Senior Software Engineer
Here are some of the new tools and techniques your team can use to be on the forefront of front-end development. Read More...
Save Power and Increase Reliability in Bluetooth Communication with Protocol BuffersJoshua SullivanSenior Software Engineer (iOS)
Explore a technique to maximize Bluetooth communication efficiency and minimize development costs in your mobile apps. Read More...
The Future of Mobile is Coming this FallLacey KobrigerSenior User Experience Designer
With explosive growth in the mobile space over the last few years, it can be challenging to keep up with all the new technology coming to mobile apps. Our Nerds offer insights on the coolest technology emerging in the mobile space and what it could mean for consumers. Read More...
This Is the QA Podcast: Episode 09Justin HolmanQuality Assurance Operations Manager
In this month’s episode we examine in-store shopping technology, the WannaCry Ransomware attack, and NASA Engineers’ quality assurance work for Apple’s self-driving cars. Read More...
Stay Ahead of the Curve
Pairing the Right Tools with the Right Business ProblemsAmy SchweppeSenior User Experience Designer
Solving the correct business problem is about challenging your own assumptions and aligning your organization with your customers' real world experiences. It's about using the right tools. Read More...
Join us for Techweek Chicago: Nerd Therapy and Night at The NerderyGregg WalrodHead of Engineering, Chicago
Join us for Techweek Chicago: Night at The Nerdery and Nerd Therapy. Bring your entrepreneurial spirit and we’ll provide the innovations, refreshments, appetizers and music. Read More...
The Power (and Limits) of Automated Accessibility TestingDan HolbrookQuality Assurance Engineer
Most automated accessibility testing only captures between 6-15 percent of website accessibility issues. That's where the importance of manual testing comes in. Read More...
Accessibility: An Interpretation of the New WCAG 2.1 RulesAdam ZubrzyckiQuality Assurance Engineer
One of the best ways we encourage Nerds and clients to be vigilant when it comes to accessibility is to revisit these rules from time to time. Here's an overview of the latest WCAG 2.1 draft. Read More...
Jumpstarting Your Idea with Business AnalysisChris ShoresBusiness Analyst
Why is it so hard to turn an idea into a realized product or initiative? An idea often appears so clear and poised for success. But as time passes and complexities emerge, it can seem stuck in quicksand – unable to ever move forward and become real. Read More...