Erin Wissing

Technical Writer, Marketing

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Dynamic editor of Intellovations, IntelliTect’s quarterly newsletter who executes various marketing campaigns on our website, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn with the goal of showcasing the innovative excellence of this skilled group of engineers she’s proud to call teammates. One of the few members of IntelliTect’s “Mac Pac,” this writer is continually growing her passion for fostering a positive team culture both on the web and at the office.

Previous team member: Kenneth White
Erin's Blog Posts

Video: What’s New in ASP.NET Core 2.2

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April 24, 2019 / No Comment

Who doesn’t like new features?
Michael Stokesbary, senior software architect and trainer at IntelliTect and C# instructor at Eastern Washington University, was excited about the performance enhancements made to ASP.NET Core 2.2. He wrote a blog about the simplified web API authentication and decided to share what he learned in even more detail with the Spokane .Net User Group on […]
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AUTHOR: CATEGORY: .NET Core, Blog

Why We Celebrate the Platypus Awards

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February 14, 2019 / No Comment

How does IntelliTect view success?
During a recent employee meeting, our CEO, Mark Michaelis explained how he sees success and that it isn’t some mythical destination. So often, great developers seem impossible to find and are referred to as unicorns because, even in fairytales, there are scarcely any of them. And while it’s important to strive for excellence, focusing on […]
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IntelliTect Today: Communicating Passion to a New Generation of Students

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February 14, 2019 / No Comment

Eastern Washington University has Three New Adjunct Professors
For the past two quarters, three of our IntelliTect team members, Mark Michaelis (CEO), Kevin Bost (senior software engineer) and Michael Stokesbary (senior software architect and trainer), have been teaching the programming language C# (pronounced “C Sharp”) to tomorrow’s engineers in the computer science program at Eastern.
“At least in Spokane, the majority […]
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