Committed to Success: Darren Bangsund

“The community support and the promise of being a part of the community for life really drew me to Commit. Being a part of such a supportive community is a really cool thing.”

Committed to Success: Andrew Warr

“There’s always ways that things could be better. Things are never done, there’s always some way that it could be improved upon. I’ve done some client work in the past, where at a certain point you hand it over and then you’re no longer in it. But here, you’re continually working on a problem.”

Committed to Success: Stephen Wen

“[Before] Commit, during the normal probation period we would just work as hard as possible and perform our best to show that we were capable of handling the job. But now with Commit, it’s really balanced everything out so I don’t have to stress anymore.”

Committed to Success: Stacey Kline of Otto

“At the end of the day it’s always about the people that you work with. You can have the greatest idea but it really comes down to whether you want to be with the people you’re at the table with. Luckily, because Commit helped us streamline the process, we knew we were on the right path to finding someone we would enjoy being in it with.”

Committed to Success: Xavier Del Castillo

“I would say that doing some introspection work to realize what you want is very important, because that’s how you can make the most out of your time with Commit. It’s important to spend some time thinking about what you want to do, take a walk in the mountains, whatever it is.”

DJL: Testing Deep Learning Object Detection using Java and Spring Boot

“Pedro Cavaléro, created a web app that allows the user to choose a model from tensorflow hub and an image and the objects in the image will be detected.”

Enhancing Destiny: My hackathon onboarding project

“Commit Engineer, Luke Swamy, discusses how he built an application using Go.”

Committed to Success: Eliana Lopez

“I really enjoy working in a startup environment because you can grow faster, you have more responsibilities, and you need to work with different technologies. Startups are a big opportunity to grow, so I loved the fact that Commit worked with startups and that they were trying to find engineers with that startup mindset.”

Improving travelers’ experience by tracking their expenses: My hackathon onboarding project

“Commit Engineering Partner, Saulo Aguiar discusses how he built a travel expense tracker.”

Committed to success: Alex Gogan of Sherpa

“I really saw the opportunity to get access to senior developers who want to find the right match, be part of a startup and enjoy working remotely. Commit had that focus on engineers who are remote because that’s what they love to do, who are experienced, are building out a community, and helping individuals grow.”