Engagement software assists in recovery efforts. Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 10, 2017 – SRG Technology (SRGT) and partner NorthStar Consulting announced that their engagement software, BlenderConnect™ for Travel, can be utilized as part of a disaster recovery system. Especially poignant in light of...The post SRGT’s BlenderConnect for Travel Aids in Destination Disaster Recovery appeared first on SRG Technology.
Becker’s Hospital Review named SRG Technology one of the 70+ Population Health Management Companies to know in 2017. SRG Technology is excited to announce that it has been named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s 70+ Population Health Management Companies to Know in 2017. ...The post SRG Technology Named a Population Health Management Company to Know in 2017 appeared first on SRG Technology.
SRG Technology has been named one of Becker’s Hospital Review’s 70+ population health companies to know in 2017 “Hospitals and health systems across the country are developing and implementing population health initiatives aimed at providing better patient care, wellness and prevention. Population health efforts...The post SRG Technology Named Top 70 Population Health Companies to Know appeared first on SRG Technology.
BlenderLearn to be Featured at the School District of Palm Beach County’s Conference to Help Teachers “Start Strong” Palm Beach, FL — August 10, 2017 — SRG Technology announces that it will be a “Gold Sponsor” at The School District of Palm Beach County’s First Annual...The post SRG Technology to Sponsor the School District of Palm Beach County’s Elementary Curriculum Rally appeared first on SRG Technology.
How to Make the Summer a Time for Learning (not Loafing) Summer is often idealized as a time of glorified freedom and glorious weather — an opportunity to regroup and rest before the next school year, with little focus on summer learning. However, with...The post 10 Tips to Engage Students in Summer Learning appeared first on SRG Technology.
MEET: Vivek Chandramohan Project Manager Q: Describe your role at SRG Technology. A: As a Project Manager, I act as an interface between two teams, the technology team based in ATL and the development team in Hyderabad. My role is to carry out feasibility...The post Tech Team Tuesday: Vivek Chandramohan appeared first on SRG Technology.
MEET: Tammy Reese Office Manager and Human Resources Q: Describe your role at SRGT: A: As Office Manager and Human Resources, my role can be many things – from scheduling meetings, managing travel, to handling purchases for software/equipment, etc. And I also take...The post Tech Team Tuesday: Tammy Reese appeared first on SRG Technology.
Out with the old, in with the new in Marietta! ATLANTA, GA — June 26, 2017 — On Tuesday, June 13, the SRGT Technology Team office moved from the historic Marietta Station office space to a customized build-out in a corporate office building located...The post SRG Technology Celebrates the Opening of its New Technology Center in Marietta, GA appeared first on SRG Technology.
MEET: Sophie Bunce Senior Systems Architect Q: Describe your role at SRG Technology. A: Although I’ve functioned in various roles during my five-plus years at SRG Technology, my primary focus is in Change Management, which includes Build and Release Management (i.e. Website...The post Tech team Tuesday: Sophie Bunce appeared first on SRG Technology.
Meet: Adilakshmi Ganta Senior Software Engineer Q: Describe your role at SRG Technology? A: I have been working as a senior software engineer for the past three months. Being relatively new, I am getting to learn various aspects of Blender from both...The post Tech Team Tuesday: Adilakshmi Ganta appeared first on SRG Technology.
Writing good code is hard, but if building something the simplest, easiest way can still be frustrating, what effect does the extra cognitive load of trying to build it the right way have, when you’re just trying to experiment? I know people who find peace in their code; engineers who find Zen when working on a complex problem. Each new method implemented, bug resolved, and puzzle unravelled is a step on a path that brings order to a chaotic universe, and with it, a sense of harmony, contentment, and happiness. I am not one of those people.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) declaring the HTML5 standard complete, a significant milestone in the history of the Internet and web application development.
If the holy grail of mobile and consumer online service could be summarized in one word, it would be “virality.” The great thing about virality, as the measure of how fast or far a product or service gets shared, is that it’s essentially a by-product—the result of a user’s normal interaction with a product or service. The user simply uses the product as he or she normally would and virality happens as a consequence.
AMP HTML is a new way to make web pages that are optimized to load instantly on users' mobile devices. It is designed to support smart caching, predictable performance, and modern, beautiful mobile content. Since AMP HTML is built on existing web technologies, and not a template based system, publishers continue to host their own content, innovate on their user experiences, and flexibly integrate their advertising and business models - all within a technical architecture optimized for speed and performance.