The Internet may have everything, but books still rule for learning new things. In Time Tec likes to stay on top of the latest and greatest in our respective departments, so here’s what we’re reading lately.
The need for STEM professionals grows every year. Yet, not everyone has the time or money to pursue a four-year degree at a traditional college or university. Several tech bootcamps have sprung up across the country to offer an alternative educational experience to meet the need.
Everybody knows time is money. This advice especially holds for businesses, as limited budget and personnel can only go so far. That's why choosing which conferences to attend is essential.
The dates have been booked, the plane tickets secured, and the bags have been packed. Now the clients are coming to town, so the big question is how are you going to keep them entertained? We already covered some of our favorite dining spots in the Treasure Valley. Here are some of In Time Tec’s favorite spots to visit with clients.
IT professionals gather in Boise to discuss the latest news with DevOps every spring. There are many different IT branches, so what makes DevOps worthy of its own conference? I talked to Paul Remeis, Senior VP at In Time Tec and one of the organizers of Boise DevOps Days, to find out the event's history and what it takes to put the event together.
You’ve decided to take your tech offerings to the next level. Maybe you were tired of using paper when most businesses run more efficiently online. Or you looked at your systems and realized that code is long out of date. Working with another company can help you gain fresh knowledge and experience while allowing your employees to focus on other things.
The rise of remote work over the pandemic drastically impacted how we conduct business. One major change was the rise of remote work caused business to scatter across the continent. This can create a sense of depersonalization, as you may be working with people you rarely see.
Big data is a crucial component of big business. Finding out where customers are, what they are searching for, and predicting their future needs can all be obtained through analyzing their data. All that data must be stored somewhere and analyzed, which is where data science comes in.
Treasure Valley, an Idaho area that stretches from Ontario all the way to Middleton, covers many cities. First discovered in the 1800s, the valley got its designation from a businessman who felt that the area needed a name that encapsulates the resources and opportunities the area offers. Several businesses have capitalized on the unique benefits Idaho offers to widespread success and fame.
The tech profile of the Treasure Valley keeps increasing, leading to rumors that Idaho might be getting its own Silicon Valley. The speculation gained credibility with Meta Platform’s recent announcement. Meta is constructing a new data center in Kuna, Idaho, which will support Facebook, Instagram, and its other social sites.