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How To Ace Your Next Tech Convention

If you are a software company, you probably market your products at trade fairs, conventions and such. We recently went to one and decided to share some lessons learned on how to make the most of your time, $$$ and how to maximize ROI.

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Start Your Tech Side Hustle with Inflectra

If you are looking for a tech side hustle, you’ve come to the right place. And, get this: we’ve done the company research for you. Read about what we need and decide if you want to make some cash, while doing something you like.

What we are looking for: in the short run, we are interested in high quality, sharable content focused on software development and testing, automated testing, DevOps, ALM, agile software development, continuous delivery and so on. Our longer-term goal is to build up a corps of tech evangelists and influencers who love our products and are available for speaking engagements, trainings, software-related curriculum development, etc.

What we are offering: short-term per blog compensation, with long-term opportunities such as web and event sponsorship and tech evangelist position with Inflectra.

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Getting Social with Inflectra?

One of our new year's resolutions for 2017 was being more engaged with our global community of developers, testers, managers, agilsts, evangelists and partners. As part of this we are going to be improving our use of social media channels as well as email and our website. This will bring you more up to date information on what we're doing as well as give you a voice in helping shape our plans for the future.

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Short, Sweet, and Simple!

We set ourselves a challenge for the end of 2016: redefine our company tagline to better reflect who we are and what we do.

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