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How to Handle a Monsoon?

  • March 4, 2013

In software development sometimes you experience a drought, but it most always is followed by a surge. This is normal as our work goes in cycles. Here are some tips from our Software Engineering Manager on how to handle the monsoon. Here are some ideas to always keep in mind, especially in this monsoon: Be […]

OveractDev Core Values

  • October 9, 2012

At OveractDev we have a motto that “excellence is not good enough, we have to be amazing.” This sounds great, but what do we actually do to live up to this saying? For one thing our core values promote qualities that inspire employees to achieve the “amazing”. Leadership: Each one of us is a leader, […]

On Requiring PO Paperwork Before Commencing Work

  • March 16, 2012

From day one, it has been policy at OveractDev that we will commence working on a project WITHOUT the approved Purchase Order in hand (whether by paper form or electronic) – as long as we are assured of the following: The only thing we are waiting for is our client’s low-risk and reasonable logistical process […]

Intra-Department Support

  • March 6, 2012

From time to time one department needs the support of members of one or more other departments in order to complete their work. For example: Talent Acquisition needs support from Engineering for resume review or phone/live interviews. Marketing need support from other departments to get accurate descriptions of service offerings, etc. Client Acquisition needs support […]

Excellence isn’t good enough. You got to be amazing…

  • October 24, 2011

In business as in our professional and personal life, we strive for excellence.  But, I believe that for real success, we also need to look for opportunities to be amazing. The purpose of this topic is to remind us of how we apply this to hiring at OveractDev: As Carri and I have discussed, we […]

Policy: Contributors

  • April 19, 2011

OveractDev does not rent people to our clients. Clients engage OveractDev as a company to fulfill whatever requirements they have for us. We reserve the right at all times, to engage whichever internal resources we feel will best complete the requirements. Internally, we work as a team. I tell clients that they are free to […]

Truth in Advance

  • February 1, 2011

“Never delegate responsibility but allow people to TAKE it.” ~unknown “You are not paid for how hard you work or how many hours you work.  You are paid for the quality of your thoughts.”  ~Jerry Clients will often ask us whether we can do something, whether we have experience with a certain technology, or some […]