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Tech Industry Turnover: How You Can Change It

  It’s difficult to argue that there’s a faster-growing industry than technology. It also makes sense. Technology, by definition, is the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes. We live in a world in which knowledge is power; we’re inundated with information daily from our smartphones, social media, podcasts and television, all of which are • Read More »


Steve Hastings Promoted to Principal Architect

  BELLEVUE, WA., (SEPTEMBER 1, 2017) – – Nationwide full-service consulting firm Blueprint Consulting Services recently announced Steven Hastings as Principal Architect of data science. He was promoted from data scientist, a position in which he provided instrumental guidance to accelerate the understanding and implementation of data science at Blueprint.  As a result, led Blueprint’s • Read More »


Blueprint Consulting Services Promotes Chris Carter to Managing Director of Technology

BELLEVUE, WA., (JUNE 8, 2017) – – Blueprint Consulting Services, a nationwide full-service consulting firm, announced the promotion of Chris Carter to Managing Director of Technology. Chris will have the primary responsibility of determining the technical direction of the company, defining its solutions, driving quality assurance and supporting client development throughout the entire organization. As • Read More »


Blueprint Consulting Services Promotes Tom Taylor to Managing Director

 BELLEVUE, WA., (APRIL 28, 2017) – – Blueprint Consulting Services, a nationwide technical consulting firm that specializes in connecting strategy and delivery, recently announced the promotion of Tom Taylor as Managing Director. Taylor will work closely with the VP of Client Development, Ian Hunt, to lead the Client Development team with responsibilities that include talent acquisition, • Read More »


Super Powers of an Introvert

I read a book a few years back called Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. Cain argues that, we live in a culture that is biased against introverts. Instead of embracing their serious, often quiet and reflective style, they are encouraged to act like extroverts—those assertive, • Read More »