David Abell has been with Composable Systems for nearly four years now working on our Microsoft team. A fan of futuristic television shows such as Dr. Who and West World, David is obviously a fan of technology so it’s not surprising that he ultimately ended up in software development. What did you want to be […]

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Design patterns are common, reusable software design solutions that have been proven to work well. They are general design formulas that can be adapted to a wide number of situations. They were first formalized in the book Design Patterns by “the Gang of Four”: Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, and John Vlissides. While design patterns are constantly […]

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The past decade has seen a marked shift towards using asynchronous operations in software development. The goal is to improve the efficiency of the application, reduce unnecessary processor idle time, and generally improve the user experience by letting longer-running operations take the time they need without blocking the rest of the program from executing. However, […]

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Composable Systems has been named one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky 2018 and ranked #6 in the small business category. In 2017, Composable Systems was ranked #11 in the small business category. 2018 is the second consecutive year that the company has received the honor. This honor wouldn’t be possible without all of […]

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Unpredictable weather unfortunately led to the cancellation of the January 2018 Louisville SharePoint Users Group meeting. January’s topic, The Power of One: How SharePoint Helps Make One Bellarmine a Reality, will hopefully be rescheduled to a later event date this year in coordination with Eric Satterly and Bellarmine University. Until then, we hope that you […]

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Welcome back for the final post in our series introducing basic statistics concepts for people in tech. In earlier posts we covered the basics of descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference. In this post I’m going to introduce correlation and regression, along with a brief discussion on inference and interpretation in regression modeling. Correlation A […]

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Hypothesis Testing and Inference Welcome to another installment in our series on what ever developer should understand about statistics. So far we’ve covered the basics of descriptive statistics and probability. For this post, you might also find it helpful to reference the scales of measurement section of our data visualization post. In this post we’ll […]

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As 2017 draws to a close, we wanted to take a look back at what topics you, dear reader, loved the most. Not all of these blogs were published in 2017 but they were shown the most love. Ranked based on total page views, these are our top 10 most read blog posts of 2017. […]

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Still looking for the perfect tech gift this holiday season? We’ve rounded up some Amazon best sellers and Composable favorites that will please just about anyone. VR Headsets $35.99, 4.5 stars Canbor VR Headset If you want to invest in some VR technology without paying an arm and a leg, the Canbor VR Headset is […]

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Everyone has walked out of a meeting thinking, “Was that productive?” This question usually comes to mind when the discussion didn’t propel anyone into further action. With limited hours in the day we need to make the most of what time we have, hopefully this article can shed insight on how to spend meeting time […]

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