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Our blog contains posts written by Callibrity consultants on topics they find interesting. We encourage each other to participate in the virtual business and technical communities on the Internet, to raise our voices and share our passions.

    Case Study: Utilizing Remote Software Teams For Kroger

    03.27.20 | Shelly Valentine
    Kroger Technology solves real-world problems for millions of Americans in their everyday lives with industry-leading new tools like ClickList (online grocery shopping), mobile app innovations like shopping lists and store maps to assist finding products, and money saving digital coupons. Kroger Technology’s vision is to become the most valued technology organization in retail by driving culture not just leadership.

    Callibrity Ranks No. 219 on the inaugural 2020 Inc. 5000 Series: Midwest

    25.03.20 | Shelly Valentine
    Callibrity Ranks No. 219 on the inaugural 2020 Inc. 5000 Series: Midwest With Two-Year Revenue Growth of 104 Percent.

    Case Study: Nonprofit Embraced DevOps To Establish A National Presence

    21.11.19 | Dillon Courts
    When thinking of how organizations implement DevOps, a church is generally not the first prospect that comes to mind. Callibrity worked with Crossroads, a Cincinnati based church organization, to help establish a national presence. Crossroads’ digital product team worked alongside Callibrity to create software solutions that can support Crossroads’ large and expanding user base. With the support of Callibrity, Crossroads embraced modern, scalable approaches such as DevOps from ideation to deploying code to production.

    Conversational Intelligence: How to get the most out of meetings

    11.11.19 | Steve Nord
    Recall a meeting where multiple individuals of a team started getting into a heated discussion. As it escalated, you envisioned ways you could escape unscathed. Maybe you were someone who was strong in their beliefs and became frustrated when others didn’t see your point. Perhaps, it started as a brainstorming session with a ton of ideas thrown out but no solution was agreed upon. Regardless of the situation, we have all been a part of the dreaded “unproductive” meeting.

    A Deep Dive into React Hooks and Complex Functional Components

    07.11.19 | Daniel Timko
    About 4 months ago, I was given the opportunity to architect a greenfield react project with staggering amounts of complexity. I had only heard of hooks in passing before this project, but knew they were the new hotness in the world of front-end react development. Hooks could purportedly remove the need for redux as a state management tool, cut boilerplate code in half, and improve performance significantly. I thought to myself, "These claims are obviously exaggerated. Surely a production grade application with a feature rich front-end needs class components, right?"