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Joseph Paulson of josephcpaulson.com shares on “It’s a Code World – Ep. 10 – How to Use Developers as Problem Solvers.”
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Basic outline of the podcast
Developers as problem solvers. Why should be people be thinking this way?
Stop thinking about assembly model, many devs can be smarter than designers etc, back and forth – If you don’t bring them in on strategy.. you can end up with messy solutions.
Q & A Time, where there’s an interview based on the topic at hand
How do you spot a good developer?
There asking questions about tasks
Interfacing with you building solutions
Interested in emerging technology
What are some proTips for getting the most out of your money with developers and using them as problem solvers
Work with a dev. who you feel comfortable and conversational
Bring them in early in the solution building cycle – it will help with new ideas, and not going down wack paths
Understand the process enough, define the problems you want to have solved. – The more specific you are the more developers can be efficient with your time /money
Success in development lately, and lesson learned
What are some of the best things you’ve read or watched on the topic and can you share how to find them? (we’ll share in the show notes.) Guides etc?
What does the future of development look like? Is product development, and SAAS going to put web developers out of business? Is having problem solving developers really necessary for companies and agencies?
Other Relevant Links:
1. How to Find a Good Fit for a Mpls Freelance Web Designer
2. Minneapolis Web Designer Directory
3. Places to Connect With Minneapolis Web Designers
4. 5 Places to Find Minneapolis Developers and Designers
5. You’re web designer thinks in code (and that’s a bad thing)
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