Yesterday was the third day of the 2014 Rocket Leadership Summit, and CEO Andy Youniss challenged the team to do something a bit unusual. Rather than spend a day in meeting rooms listening to presentations, all 270 attendees were told to get out of the building and go do something focused on the topics of […]
Today, eight Rocketeers headed to Wentworth Institute of Technology,located in Boston. We’ve been working with them for several months now, after forming a partnership earlier this year. The students signed up to meet with us to learn about us, internship opportunities, resume reviews, and mock interviews. We even had them work on a small programming […]
Yesterday I wrote about the Artists for Humanity team joining us at the Rocket Leadership Summit, and posted some pictures of the canvases before the team was turned loose. Here’s a look at a few of them them 24 hours later. More to come tomorrow.
As part of the Rocket Leadership Summit currently taking place, yesterday was composed of something we’ve named Rocket.Talks. CEO Andy Youniss invited a range of speakers to give short TED-style presentations, all in the name of helping us think more about the themes of Customers, Community and Category. All of the talks focused on how […]
At the Rocket 2013 Leadership Summit, an annual event held every December in Boston, it was recommended that we co-host a Hackathon with technical leaders and worthy developers from around the world the same week that all the business and technical leaders get together to discuss innovation and strategy. This idea was warmly embraced by […]
As Andy mentioned yesterday, 270 Rocketeers have gathered in Boston for the annual Rocket Leadership Summit. As part of the event, we’ve invited the team from Artists for Humanity to come in and help us create three pieces of art that will hang in the Rocket office once the event ends. Artists for Humanity is […]
I know lots of people say it, but I really do have the greatest job in the world. Here at Rocket Software, I get to work with the best (and brightest) software engineers in the world, who are focused on building products that help solve problems for customers around the world every day. This week, […]
The NEzCC fall 2014 meeting was held on November 12th at the Publick House in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. True to its legacy as a historic inn, the Publick House was a welcoming setting that provided a scenic backdrop of autumn in New England. But the true value of these customer council meetings is in hearing what’s […]