Archive for the ‘Life at Codero’ Category

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May 6, 2015
We are thrilled to announce today our recent move to a new Austin home for the Codero Team! We’ve been busy moving and breaking in our new space this week, and can safely report the impact of an open floor-plan is a real thing. Bigger and Better! Since our CEO Emil Sayegh joined in 2012 and expanded the company to Austin from the Kansas City hub, Codero has seen explosive growth. With growth comes growing pains. Expanding quickly, we took over several spaces in our… Read More
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Feb 17, 2015
Every day, IT organizations across the world are looking to implement better management approaches, more consistent IT practices and better processes. The need to leverage IT and development knowledge to improve overall organizational productivity has become critical to compete in the ever-changing data driven economy. Enter DevOps You could say DevOps is a direct response to the interdependence of software development and IT operations. Specifically, the resulting inefficiencies of silo'ing IT and software development can be costly. DevOps aims to help organizations rapidly produce software… Read More
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Dec 19, 2013
One of the complaints I hear most often from folks in network-related roles is that they feel like they're being crammed into a little box. There's plenty to learn and do in technical roles, but too frequently people are only allowed to work on a very small subset of tasks with limited responsibilities. Recently, I was interviewing a candidate and asked what technology they most wanted to work on. Their response was, "Well, I really want to be able to work on the core routing… Read More
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Nov 25, 2013
The time around Thanksgiving provides the perfect chance to take a few moments to look back at the past 12 months and say “thank you” for all of the blessings we have received.  As I take time to reflect on the events of my life, both professionally and personally, I am truly grateful to be participating in this wonderful opportunity.  Our lives get busy, and it’s easy to forget that we have a lot to be thankful for. It’s imperative that we make time to… Read More
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Jul 9, 2013
A company without culture is like a sandwich without bread.  It just isn't possible.  Whether the culture is implied, in the background, or printed on company letterhead, it is ever-present.  Make no mistake. In the beginning, Codero’s culture was not "codified" - it was relaxed and informal, and implied.  We all knew we were a service focused organization that was here 24/7/365 to support our customers IT infrastructures, resolve and anticipate our customer’s technical problems, proactively implement improvements, and ultimately make the customer feel like… Read More
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Mar 7, 2013
As the “go to” event for technology and entrepreneurship, SXSW Interactive is the perfect place for Team Codero to hang out with fellow technology-minded folks, and industry thought leaders. From important insights, to cool giveaways, to brainy discussions on cloud technology and services, the Codero booth and the Codero Meet-Up will be the gathering place for anyone seeking to talk cloud, or discover the newest offerings on dedicated and cloud-based hosting. With Codero being part of the Austin community, SXSW Interactive is a special event… Read More
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Mar 5, 2013
It had to be done. We had to get in on the latest internet video craze, The Harlem Shake. And why not, it was a blast! For those of you who've been following our blog, or are connected with us through Twitter or Facebook, you know Codero is a place where we let loose and have a little fun all while still providing top service for our customers. (And for those of you new to Codero, you’ll see in just a minute). A cliché maybe, but Work… Read More
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Feb 14, 2013
February is the month of love and that means people who love each other gather on Valentine’s Day to celebrate with gifts, flowers, candy and romantic dinners. There are many stories of the origin of Valentine’s Day. One tells of Saint Valentine and how he found himself imprisoned helping couples. Before his execution, he healed the daughter of his jailer and signed a note with, “from your valentine,” as a farewell to her - a very selfless and loving act. As time went on, in… Read More