Category Archive: Omnitech Book Club

August is always a bittersweet month around Omnitech. We are sad to see our summer interns leave us, but we are also very excited for them to go back to their school with a different perspective on being a professional software engineer.  We hope that their experience at Omnitech will inspire them to think differently when they are...

DevOps was one of the most recent topical reads taken on by the Omnitech crew.  To help level set a group with wide-ranging experience, we read The Phoenix Project.  This novel was a quick, enjoyable read that brings the all too common struggles faced by technology folks everywhere to life through a host of familiar characters and situations...

Can individuals who are natural givers be successful in a corporate environment?  This was a driving question that we had going into the final month of 2016 as the Omnitech team had the opportunity to read and discuss the book Give and Take by Adam Grant.  As a company full of people who are passionate about helping others...

 Recently, several of us at Omnitech formed a book club to discuss Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited by Steve Krug.  Since the year 2000, Don’t Make Me Think has been described as a classic web usability guide for designers and developers alike. Fast forward to 2014, the author revisits this work to examine the changes in web usability...

Internships are nothing new. Companies hire summer interns for many reasons. At Omnitech, the benefits of having internships are felt two-fold – by both the student and our seasoned engineers. It is always fun to watch young aspiring professionals have a chance to gain experience and discover interests as you introduce them, possibly for the first time, to...