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
“My 80-year-old dad kept attempting to break quarantine to get out and donate blood. I really wanted to do something to put his mind at ease, and help too.” The IntelliTect team is proudly partnering with the Red Cross to hold what we expect to be the first of many blood drives at our office […]
*** Due to new government mandates and considering the safety of our team and our guests, we are postponing our celebration until it is safe to gather together. After a year of labor and countless setbacks, IntelliTect’s new headquarters is complete. We’d love for you to come enjoy this renovated, historic space. Grab some lunch, […]
The Future Looks Grand There are several future lines of development I am looking forward to coming to fruition. Technologically, we seem to be near several inflection points that will radically change our lives in the future. The following is a quick list of some next-gen high points I’m excited about. 3D Metal Printing Sintered-metal […]
A Storyteller with an Affinity for Math. With the start of a new decade, we decided to feature one of IntelliTect’s most recent hires, Shaun McBurney. Shaun’s love of math took him to Gonzaga University, where he studied to be a mechanical engineer. During that time, he took a variety of classes. One of these […]
Watch our free videos for a crash course on current development technologies. Last month, we held an event to provide updates and training on the latest development technologies from Microsoft. We’d like to share the content. Click the links for videos and repos designed to keep you on top of the technology curve. Visual Studio […]