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Metova
Posted by Metova
May 16, 2019

Metova Developer Spotlight - Beverly Massengill

Senior iOS Developer Beverly Massengill has worked on countless development projects at...

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Cade Collister
Posted by Cade Collister
October 30, 2018

Made By Few 6: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Explore Design

Made By Few is a conference “for the makers of the web.”...

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Metova
Posted by Metova
October 10, 2018

NEWS: Metova Announces LoRa WAN Hardware Testing, Certification and Network Management Services

Metova Announces LoRa WAN Hardware Testing, Certification and Network Management Services Metova...

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Metova
Posted by Metova
September 25, 2018

Infographic: Mobile First

Metova commissioned a survey of over 1000 consumers to better understand their...

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Skylar Fisher
Posted by Skylar Fisher
January 8, 2018

Why Your Development Project Needs a QA Team

Think back to a time when you wrote a very important paper for a college class. You've put all the finishing touches on it, and read through it. Everything looks great! Just to be safe, you ask your roommate, Steve, to proofread your work. Lo and behold, Steve finds some big errors in your paper. Not only have you misspelled (multiple) words, you also put a citation in the wrong place, didn’t space correctly on a quoted paragraph, repeated yourself somewhere on page six, and changed the verb tense somewhere along the way. “Thank goodness for that second pair of eyes,” you think to yourself. Steve just brought your paper from a C+ to an A-. When you work on something intently for a long span of time, it can be easy to miss things that would otherwise stand out. The same thing can happen during development. This is why it’s important to have a software quality assurance (QA) team to back your developers. Not only will quality assurance ensure that a website or application works, the QA team also finds new scenarios where the application could be improved.

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Jennifer Pike
Posted by Jennifer Pike
January 1, 2018

The Best Blog Posts From 2017

We've been busy blogging this year trying to find what resonates the most with our audience. We published over 70 articles on the Metova blog in 2017!  Here are some of the best posts from 2017.

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Nick Sinas
Posted by Nick Sinas
October 30, 2017

Creating a LoRa WAN Solution

Now that you understand what LoRa WAN is and have a rough understanding of LoRa WAN architecture and capabilities, you think it looks like a great fit for your business. But what is involved in actually creating a LoRa WAN solution? This new pdf covers the basics you should consider when building a LoRa WAN strategy.

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Nick Sinas
Posted by Nick Sinas
October 16, 2017

LoRa WAN Capabilities

If you've been keeping up with our blog or follow us on social media, you know we have recently been focusing on the Internet of Things (IoT), particularly embedded development and LoRa WAN. A few weeks ago, we took some time to explain what LoRa WAN is and how it's an enormous opportunity for industries like agriculture and transportation. This week, we have a handy dandy LoRa WAN slide deck. It delves a bit further into the technical aspect and capabilities of LoRa WAN.

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Abbey Jackson
Posted by Abbey Jackson
January 16, 2017

Remote Work Strategies: Give Yourself a Break

Time Flies When You're Having Fun

Have you ever gotten so wrapped up in your work that the next time you look at the clock you realize the entire day has gone by and you haven't even moved from your chair? It is pretty common for remote workers, particularly developers, to become engrossed in their work and forget to take breaks. Developers have a compulsion for problem solving and have a hard time pulling away from an unfinished task. It should go without saying that this sort of fixation can become unhealthy, especially when it keeps you from eating or using the restroom.

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Trent Nicholson
Posted by Trent Nicholson
September 19, 2016

Building Your Brand Through Social Media

Reality check: it’s 2016, your social media presence has become a part of your brand.

The content - and the quality/quantity of your content - reflects your company. In a lot of circumstances, it’s your audience’s first impression. Unless your brand specializes in the fields of bad photography and pixelated inspirational quotes, it’s important to tackle your social presence from a more strategic perspective.

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