When it comes to building out a proof of concept (we call them Proof of Technology), the first thing we need is an idea. Your idea. That thought that started as just a spark and has now consumed you. What
So you have an idea. Is this idea fleeting or does it stay with you? Is this idea confirmed over and over again from everyday pain points? Good. Ideas that stick around have potential, but how do we convince company
Okay, you’ve submitted your resumé. If you’re interviewing at Detroit Labs, you’ve submitted your application. You’ve made it through a phone interview and maybe even an in-person interview…now it’s time to prove you actually know what you’re doing. That’s right,
Business ideas are exciting because we can see that they have the potential to make great change. The problem is when you don’t know if that idea is realistically, technically
If you missed the first installment of this two-part series, read How My Life Experiences Made Me a Better QA, also by Jonathan Guest. As I progressed through my career, I started to notice that preventing issues was something I enjoyed.
Richard Feynman is a personal hero of mine. He was a theoretical physicist known for his work in quantum physics. Feynman had a unique and uncanny ability to solve tough problems. He was so good at it, in fact, that