by Kaitlyn Ackerman
Its hard to believe that just a short 14 months ago, a bunch of theatre folk embarked on this crazy journey of becoming software developers. And yet here we are, just a week out from finally making Propared available to the public and we can hardly contain our excitement. It gave us this wonderful opportunity to sit back and reflect on exactly what drove us down this path. What are the core values and beliefs we have that made developing our application the answer? Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sharing a lot of those values with you and we wanted to start today with one that was echoed, albeit in a slightly different context in a beautiful New York Times interview with the actress Frances McDormand this past week. More on that shortly. First, we want to dive in to what drives us.
Last week, we were excited to share with you the opportunity to attend the Southeastern Theatre Conference (SETC) Spring event. This conference is a great way to get & stay connected with important & influential professionals in the industry.
Stage Managing a production is hard.
The Importance of "A Job Well Done"
We had another fantastic weekend of work here at HQ. Working into the wee hours of Monday morning, we put the finishing touches on our first job posting. That's right, Propared is now actively seeking a user interface designer to work with us throughout the entire development process. Think you've got what it takes? Read on...