Mallowfields works as a team. Collaboration is a practical requirement to build quality software that solves more actual problems than it creates.
We are experienced masters of our trades. We are more than the sum of our parts, but our parts are formidable too. Working with us means engaging our actual, specific, human selves, with our accumulated histories of skills, knowledge, and perspectives.
His broader skill set includes computing education, Python development, data visualization, audio visual processing, and machine learning. He sometimes gets drafted for photography too.
Kendell can do it all himself (and he has), but he kills it when he builds teams that get technical work done. He can get 7th graders to build working AR applications while working against a backlog of user stories, and he can make something real with your team too.
Joshua is an expert in .NET application and service development; in relational database design, implementation, and migration; and in solution architecture for on-premise, cloud, and hybrid scenarios.
His broader skill set includes integrating, reverse engineering, and migrating legacy enterprise technologies (COBOL, MS Access, VBA/VB6, z/OS? yes); and designing and implementing complex graphical user interfaces for the web. He sometimes gets drafted for copywriting too.
Joshua can build all the parts (and he has), but he kills it with solution architecture, whether designing new systems, untangling inherited messes, or working with technical colleagues to refine and arrange a project already in progress.