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So far Natalie Kurr has created 9 blog entries.

How CodeScience Celebrated in Q1

2022-04-20T18:57:36+00:00April 20th, 2022|

At every quarterly town hall meeting, CodeScience leadership always opens with our company priorities. “Our People” is #1 on the list. We have numerous ways we celebrate our CodeScientists - Legends of the Moment, awards at our All Hands events, anniversary milestones, weddings, babies, certification achievements, and the list

CodeScience All Hands 2018 – Where Heroes Become Legends

2021-02-17T08:07:04+00:00June 1st, 2018|

On May 17th, we kicked off our highly anticipated CodeScience All Hands 2018 Event! If you don’t know, CodeScience is a mostly remote company headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee. With employees across the U.S., the All Hands Meeting is a week of fun, learning, and adventure. Since our last All

The Other Side of a Podcast: The Women in Tech Podcast

2021-02-18T08:19:35+00:00December 7th, 2017|

CodeScience’s Natalie Kurr was featured in a Women in Tech Podcast episode released in early November. This is her behind-the-scenes look at how it happened. My podcast with Espree Devora was released November 1st. While for some, this may be a natural and comfortable thing to do. For me, not even close.

Changing the World, One STEM at a Time

2021-02-18T10:33:30+00:00June 30th, 2017|

The STEM students continue to impress and inspire me with their motivation, drive, and enthusiasm to learn and do as much as they can - all while in high school. Our journey with STEM began last year.  We had a team work on finding potential solutions to the sound issues

STEM to Save the Day Part II – The Final Presentations

2021-02-18T11:07:49+00:00December 13th, 2016|

Back in October, we kicked off a partnership project with our local STEM program, the STEM School of Chattanooga, to solve a persistent problem. We love our new office, but the echoing sound is an issue. While our enterprising CodeScientists tried a few solutions, alas, the problem continues. So, we were

STEM to Save the Day!

2021-02-18T10:57:36+00:00November 15th, 2016|

When we moved into our new location earlier this year, we immediately noticed a few things. 1. We feel all grown-up and love our bright, new space. 2. We have an amazing disco bathroom! 3. We have a sound problem. Having the open area is wonderful. We get to

Balance in our Extroverted Workplace

2021-02-18T06:55:46+00:00January 21st, 2016|

I have a mantra of sorts that consistently shows up in my life, “Balance is Key.” It’s everywhere! The classic Yin-Yang. Work hard, play hard. The Force in Star Wars. All proof that we need balance to find efficient flow.   In recent days, I’ve continually come across this

How to Successfully Market Your New App

2022-07-11T19:18:52+00:00November 6th, 2014|

You’ve put your blood, sweat, and tears into developing your app - and you’ve just passed Security Review.  Congratulations!  Now, let the masses come!  Wait, you mean to say I have to market this app, too?  Don’t you worry.  Coming from the glory of Dreamforce 2014 sessions, we've compiled

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