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Monday Mobile Mashup 1.16.2017

Happy Monday, and Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! After a break of Monday Mobile Mashups for the holiday season, we are back. Here's our weekly Mobile Mashup filled with articles, tips, and insights we’ve found valuable throughout the mobile industry. Enjoy!     MLK Jr. Day events around

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Announcing the Detroit Labs QA Apprenticeship Program

UPDATE: APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED In 2011 our founders had a wild idea: create a technology company focused on human elements, where people would love to work. The goals were pretty simple: build high quality software, have the freedom to learn, teach, and explore new technology, and give every team

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1/3/17 - Apprenticeship Open House

Tonight (1/3/17) we are hosting an Apprenticeship Open House for those who are interested in the program. Much to our delight, when we sent out the Eventbrite link in early December, we sold out in less than 24 hours. We are very excited to meet and answer questions

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Detroit Labs' Favorites of 2016

Ah, 2016. You were... well... interesting, to say the least. With the new year beginning and CES happening this week, we want to highlight the products and apps that helped get us through last year. Some that made the list are older apps that have made significant improvements to user

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The Making of a Development Team: Dan Newport

By Elyse Turner Welcome back to The Making of a Development Team, where I get to interview my teammates and show what Detroit Labbers are made of. I rounded up 14 fellow Detroit Labbers to talk about what they do, what they love, how they got here, and what makes

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Monday Mobile Mashup 12.12.16

  Happy Monday! Here's our weekly Mobile Mashup filled with articles, tips, and insights we’ve found valuable throughout the mobile industry. Enjoy! The half-life of code & the ship of Theseus “As a project evolves, does the new code just add on top of the old code? Or does

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