Christmas Student Contest!

Christmas Student Contest!

Happy Holidays! It’s that time of year again when we all think about giving back and how we can help our communities and at The Mad Botter, we appreciate and love open-source, free software and youth education in STEAM. To further those causes we are running a contest...
Announcing Automator

Announcing Automator

To further our continuing mission to boldly bring automation where it’s never gone before (too much Trek in the intro), we launched Automator, our podcast on automation. Despite some audio issues, you should have a listen to our second episode being released...
Business Observer FL

Business Observer FL

If you want to learn more about how The Mad Botter is helping to build the high tech corridor, take a look at the interview with our CEO Michael Dominick. We are thrilled to continue to bring technology innovation through open-source and free software to the Tampa Bay...
Down the 2019 Rabbit Hole

Down the 2019 Rabbit Hole

2018 was a great year for tech and developers and there has never been a better time to start a development project. Looking forward to 2019, we see three major trends that are going to open up significant areas of opportunity: iPads as product devices, serverless...
3 Reasons Most Software Development Projects Fail

3 Reasons Most Software Development Projects Fail

IEEE and the Standish group have both reported that less than fifty percent of software projects are actually completely successfully. This has to do with the way that both customers and vendors approach going into software projects and structure their relationships....