Are you prepared for what comes after the lightbulb moment? Our project manager Nathalie Marquez Courtney shares some insights. One of the most fun and exciting things about working at MiniCorp is getting to meet entrepreneurs and discussing their ideas for their product. We’ve had a lot of those meetings in the past few weeks and months, and I’ »
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We hope you've been enjoying getting to know the MiniCorp team! This week, we introduce you to the Steve Thornton, our senior software engineer. What I do at MiniCorp: Primarily I’m a software developer, working mostly with Ruby on Rails and iOS. I also work on our DevOps stuff with the goal of making developer life easier via continuous »
MiniCorp CEO Brian Kenny shares his pick of the Snapchat litter... Snapchat has become a major outlet for me to deliver as much free advice to my audience as possible. It offers a service where, like a regularly scheduled broadcast, I'm intimately connected with my viewer. No other network has provided this (though Instagram has started trying) and it's something »
Summers are for fun in the sun... and getting it done. We're delighted to have TCD student Patrick O'Boyle join us as a front end developer intern for the next couple of months. Patrick grew up in Mayo, and after living by the coast all his life, he moved to Dublin two years ago to study Computer Science, where he »
Coming up with an app idea is exciting and fun. Figuring out how to make it can be frustrating and hard. Here at MiniCorp, we run The MiniCorp Workshop, a series of fast-paced sessions over 8-10 days that help our clients get from idea to minimal viable product (MVP). The very first part of the workshop is sitting down as »