Monthly Archives: June 2016

At the Omnitech office, there has been buzz about Microsoft’s apparent commitment to helping the developer community address the need to build software targeting multiple mobile platforms (Google’s Android, Apple’s iOS, and even Microsoft’s own Windows). As a software engineering firm who focuses on our client needs and their overall investment in technologies, including their existing use of...

Our final post on the Nebraska Code Conference highlights project management. We believe everyone, no matter their title, can gain some insight from the project management point of view. Prioritizing, organizing and resolving conflicts are actions project managers deal with on a daily basis, so we all benefit from learning a few of their secrets. Omnitech's Project Manager...

User experience is constantly evolving, and at the same time, it is important to revisit some of the basic concepts that make up the backbone of design. Omnitech Graphic Designer, Alissa shares her experience at Nebraska Code in the third post of our four part series focused on design and user experience.Design and User Experience  As a designer,...

Yesterday we talked a little about our experience at the Nebraska Code Conference May 17th-20th. There was so much to discuss that we decided to create a blog series sharing some the highlights. Today we wanted to talk about other hot topics: DevOps, HATEOS and REST, and Software Gardening. DevOps DevOps is a popular topic. As Donovan Brown...

We just got back from Lincoln, Nebraska where a group of us attended the sold out Nebraska Code event. This was the first year NE Code was a multi-day event that included workshops on Wednesday and sessions Thursday and Friday. The diverse schedule had tracks for Project Management, Data, UI/UX and General which perfectly reflected the interests of...