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adronhall@gmail.com'Adron Hall is a jovial, proactive, test & code, code & test, get things done well, software architect, engineer, code monkey, coder, and distributed systems advocate. As a coder, Hall plies a polygot language path including C#, Java, JavaScript, and Erlang lately -- as well as Pascal, Basic, Visual Basic, C++, C, COBOL, RPG, CL, and others in the past. He founded Deconstructed.io with Aaron Gray, Node PDX with Troy Howard, and more startups are in the works. You can read his blog at Composite Code (http://compositecode.com).

The Secrets of Measuring Developer Productivity

By Posted in Tech Topics 24 September 2014

In this post I’m going to dive into one of the most tumultuous topics in software development. Measuring developer productivity is often seen as a fool’s errand, but more and more development teams are beginning to see its value. The hard part, however, comes when moving beyond the concept into setting a particular metric for…

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The 5 Things Every API Must Have

By Posted in Tech Topics 8 September 2014

When building a Web API, certain features are commonly needed for a baseline implementation. Sometimes these may be specific features built into the framework or they may need to be manually coded. In this post, I’ve compiled the various Node.js libraries, along with the key features, needed for API development. Regardless of API framework or…

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