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.
Blogs by Erin
Enterprising SDET with a Passion for Improving Mike Curn may not be our team member with the longest beard, but he’s been with IntelliTect a long time—six years this past July. With a background in 3-D Animation, this programmer enjoys asking the why behind a process, be it at work or in life, and if […]
NAOMI Frees Local Families from Isolation and Poverty Curious about our Non-Profit Partners? NAOMI Community (formerly Hearth Homes) in Spokane Valley, Washington, actively pursues their vision of being a “community where every family is free from isolation and poverty.” This passion aligns beautifully with our philanthropic vision of giving freedom to those without hope through […]
Learn how to send emails using SendGrid. Track opens, link clicks and delivery failures for sent messages in this video from the Spokane .Net User Group. SendGrid is a cloud-based email platform that Jason Peterson, senior software engineer at IntelliTect, uses on several projects. Jason shared how IntelliTect clients utilize it and how he uses […]
A Puzzler Who Uses Software to Maximize Relationships Whether you’ve worked with them for years or have never met our featured employee, this column will continue to introduce you to the many faces of IntelliTect. For this issue, we featured a developer with a keen sense for solving complex puzzles: Grant Erickson, CTO. Grant’s desk […]
Get ready for a high-level primer on machine learning, including Azure Machine Learning. Brian Uptagrafft, senior software engineer at IntelliTect, recently finished a project where he used machine learning to teach computers to accurately read electric meters. The task was tricky and required a lot of data, some creative problem-solving and a multi-faceted approach. He […]