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A very special edition of our podcast commemorating the 20th anniversary of Palantir.
On the Air With Palantir, Ep. 05: Consulting Engagements That Work - a Case Study With Rhodes College
Welcome to a new episode of On the Air with Palantir, a long-form podcast by palantir.net where we go in-depth on topics related to the business of web design and development. It’s June 2016 and this is episode #5. In this episode Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by our client Justin McGregor from Rhodes College.
DrupalCon is just a few weeks away in New Orleans, so this time around our Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by our CEO and Founder George DeMet, Drupal veteran and PHP guru Larry "Crell" Garfield, and Senior Front-End Developer Lauren Byrwa. They share thoughts about the conference generally, what they're excited about specifically, and what they're expected from the Driesnote, among other topics.
In this episode of On the Air With Palantir, host and Account Manager Allison Manley is joined by engineer Joe Purcell who shares a thorough yet entirely accessible definition of performance, and how it relates to your website.
Giving feedback on how someone works isn't always easy, especially when it comes to your colleagues. Nor is it easy to receive. But this act is very important for a number of reasons when done tactfully and constructively. Our Director of Operations Colleen Carroll talks about what works and what doesn't when both giving and receiving such feedback.
We're very excited to kick-off our new podcast called On the Air with Palantir hosted by Allison Manley, and welcome you to listen to our first episode with our clients Andy Gradel and Christine Fagan from Main Line Health System.