According to recent statistics, computer science related jobs are projected to grow at a rate of around 20 percent or more over the next couple of years. Due to the new technological releases of smartphones, tablets, and the increased availability of technology in the world, the demand for Computer Science related jobs has increased drastically. […]
About Tom Loveland
Tom Loveland has been in the software industry for over 16 years. After 8 years as a programmer, he founder of [io]development with Chad Francis and David Loveland. He is also the founder of FotoPunch and Findd.
I’ve been an employee of [io]development for a little over a year now and while I still don’t know exactly how to type the name of the company (io-dev? [io]dev? [io]development? [IO]Development?), I have learned a few things. As situations have changed and we have evolved, we’ve fine-tuned the kind of business we want to […]
I recently realized that we’ve used this blog to discuss different ways to run a small business and how to do it well. I thought it made sense to use a blog post to write about what it is we actually do and what we offer our clients. Our software development team uses its more […]
Another year come and gone for [io]development, and boy did we learn a lot! Since our inception three and a half years ago, we’ve gone through a lot of transition. Running a small business is nothing if not a constant learning experience. Here are a few things we’ve learned during 2013: As we’ve continued to […]
Below are a few ways that custom software can help your business: Prove your concept: You have a great software idea and you’re ready to build it. Hiring full-time software developers and paying them competitive wages plus benefits can be dauting. Limit your risk and liability by using us to prove your concept without making […]
I live about 50 miles from the [io]dev office in Provo, Utah. It takes me less than a minute to get to work, though. No, speed-of-light travel isn’t possible (yet); to get to work each morning I just walk into the room next to my bedroom (designated as the “office”) and sit at my desk. […]