Kelly Wilson

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Indy.Code() Conference Debuts in Indianapolis

The Indy.Code() conference held its inaugural event in Indianapolis on March 29-31, 2017. This multi-city software development conference presents topics that cover all aspects of software creation. The Indianapolis event had 100 hands-on workshops and breakout sessions presented by recognized industry experts. There were dedicated tracks for project management, mobile development, and functional programming. SEP […]
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SEP Named Best Places to Work Hall of Fame Company

They come from throughout the state and across 25 industries. They are the 100 honorees on the 2017 Best Places to Work in Indiana list. In this week’s announcement, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce said that nearly half (49) of the winners are from the small employer category and almost a third (32) are first-time […]
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SEP expands with the opening of a new software product design studio

SEP expands with the opening of a new software product design studio CARMEL, Ind. (January 5, 2017) ─ Software Engineering Professionals (SEP) is expanding its Carmel, Ind. operations with the opening of the new SEP Product Design Studio. The new space is an immersive, collaborative environment to assist in the development of software products and […]
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5 Tools to Help Your Blog Post Shine

I have had blogging conversations around the office a lot lately and I thought it was finally time I wrote some of these tips I share with our engineers down. These are 5 tools to help make your blog posts shine. Hemingway Editor This is definitely my favorite go-to program lately. The HemingwayApp highlights common word problems […]
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Noelle Webster-Milam Named Tech 25 Winner

TechPoint, the growth initiative for Indiana’s tech ecosystem, recognized Indiana’s tech builders with their announcement of the second annual Tech 25 Class of 2016. Noelle Webster-Milam, Lead Experience Architect at SEP has been named a 2016 winner. In 2015, TechPoint launched the Tech 25, a prestigious selection of twenty-five individuals who are critical and exceptional […]
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How IoT is Making Your Home Safer and Smarter

The Internet of Things (IoT) shows no sign of slowing down. As an industry-leading provider of home security solutions, Allegion™ is focused on identifying ways to employ the IoT concept – that many of today’s common objects will have Internet-related capabilities – in its upcoming products. The Schlage Sense™ system, unveiled at the 2015 International […]
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ESOPs – Why They Work

October is employee ownership month and we’re celebrating our ownership throughout the month here at SEP. When we became in an ESOP in 2010, I didn’t quite know what this would do to our culture. We were already a pretty unique company that did great things for our employees, but would it change us? As […]
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PMICIC Summer Agile Workshop with Chris Shinkle

PMICIC has asked SEP’s Director of Innovation, Chris Shinkle, to host their summer workshop again this year. This all day “Agile 101 and Common Agile Challenges” workshop is now open for registrations. Whether you are new to Agile or an adept veteran Chris Shinkle will draw from a decade of real-world experience to help individuals […]
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Do Something: Love Letters

Project 1: Do Something: Love Letters Don’t stop reading because of the project name – this isn’t as schmookie face as you think. DoSomething.Org is a cool organization for teens and they’ve challenged people to bring a smile to an older adult in their community on Valentine’s Day.  Through a partnership with Wheeler Mission, they […]
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