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Springthrough Spirit Week

Posted by Kelsey Marr on Jul 26, 2017 2:36:29 PM

“We should have a high school spirit week around here!”

What started out as joke during a company meeting talking about culture, turned into a week full of festivities, fun, and more importantly, bonding as a small company striving for an inclusive and close culture

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Topics: Company Culture

Springthrough Visits NeoCon 2017

Posted by Kelsey Marr & Kolt Ewing on Jul 12, 2017 10:00:00 AM

It is always an adventure and somewhat overwhelming to step into the mind of an industry outside your own comfort level. But never the less, Springthrough’s Kolt Ewing, Developer, and Kelsey Marr, Program Manager, ventured down to the Windy City to explore the world of NeoCon.

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Topics: Development Trends, Company Culture

The One Secret to Success that Nobody Talks About

Posted by Joe Royston on Mar 21, 2017 11:00:00 AM

There seems to be a market these days in selling success.  It seems like many LinkedIn users (and to a lesser extent Facebook users) just cannot stop themselves from repeatedly posting about the “Secrets to Success” or the “X Number of Things Super Successful People do Every Day.”  It’s enough to posit the question of whether these people get paid by the number of secrets they publish. 

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Topics: Company Culture

Inside Our Doors with Support Analyst RJ Volosky

Posted by RJ Volosky on Feb 28, 2017 11:00:00 AM

The team at Springthrough comes from a variety of different perspectives. While we all have a passion for technology, that takes shape in different ways professionally and personally. To give you a glimpse inside our doors, and the many personalities that make up our team, we've asked our team members to share some thoughts on their work, their interests, and their experience at Springthrough. 

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Topics: Company Culture

Getting Out Of My Comfort Zone With Slack Commands

Posted by Joe Royston on Feb 22, 2017 11:00:00 AM

At Springthrough we use Slack to communicate with each other individually and as a team. In addition to chatting amongst team members, Slack allows for customized commands that will return whatever information that you need. Some are fun, like if you enter a keyword with the Gif command it will provide you with a gif illustrating your keyword. Others are practical and alert our team to work requests.

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Topics: Development Trends, Company Culture

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