Kevin Grossnicklaus

Kevin Grossnicklaus

Ready Developer One Implementation

The Implementation Details In this post we dive into the technical implementation details of the Ready Developer One platform.  If you are curious to know more about the high-level details of the platform and want to try it out to play some games, check...
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Ready Developer One Introduction

An Introduction Diving In The Conference and “Theme” Initial Platform Ideas Group Gaming Initial Design Considerations Component Overview An Introduction Last October the team at ArchitectNow built a pretty cool thing.  We build...
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A Touch of Applesoft Basic

I opened my first book on writing code in 1987.  I wrote my first program within an hour of opening it. This week I found that program and got it running again. Most of us can likely look back and pinpoint the moment they first got “into”...
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ArchitectNow: New Location

I am excited to announce that ArchitectNow has recently moved into a new office space in Wildwood, Missouri.  We first toured these offices in late 2016 and started seriously looking at them in early 2017.   After a summer spent building out the space...
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Six0Run

ArchitectNow is proud to announce the launch of our new athletic recruiting network software Six0Run (www.Six0Run.com). The Six0Run athletic network provides a robust platform to streamline the communication between collegiate athletic coaches, high school...
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On Travel and Technology, Part 4 of 4

On Staying in Touch Another key factor in the success of any vacation is the ability to communicate with family and friends easily. In the past we have struggled to use our phones or other devices in foreign countries, but within the last few years, that...
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On Travel and Technology, Part 3 of 4

On Organization As you complete the process of identifying a destination, procuring a rental car or airline tickets as cheaply as possible, and then finding the perfect lodging, you begin to gather a lot of critical travel information (usually in your...
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On Travel and Technology, Part 2 of 4

On Staying There Once we know when our flights are (and we usually can’t commit to any lodging until our airline tickets have been bought and confirmed), we start to fill in the blanks and find where we will stay. As a family of five we have different...
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On Travel and Technology, Part 1 of 4

My family and I have just returned from a long-planned trip to France and Italy. As many of you may know, we do travel quite a bit, and over the years, we have become fairly efficient with the use of technology to help streamline our planning and execution...
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Running Lean by Leaning on the Cloud

For years, I worked at larger organizations with full-time network staff who constantly managed our systems and coordinating setting up new users and applications. This was considered just “how it was done” for several reasons: at the time there were...
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