At Blackburn Labs, we know our team is impressive. Our innovators, developers, and creators provide our clients with realistic and effective solutions. We’re proud of our accomplishments and we’re even prouder of our company’s recognition by B2B rating sites.
Blackburn Labs is proud to announce the launch of Spoonie Day, a personal accomplishment of Julie Blackburn, our Chief Data Scientist. Julie dedicates this application to all the Spoonies of the chronic illness community, hoping her devotion to this passion project will help to make their lives more manageable. To familiarize yourself with “The Spoon Theory” by Christine Miserandino, SpoonieDay.com shares a quick three-minute video that will fill you in.
Data consultancy firms are in high demand as the need for Machine Learning, AI, and Data Visualization grows for every busienss in every industry. This will only increase as busienss are forced to be more virtual and flexible. Chief Data Scientist Julie Blackburn at Blackburn Labs knows, “data is the new crude oil. In today’s economy you cannot succeed in business without having a data driven culture.” Knowing that building intellectual property is a valuable resource, Julie plans for the complexity of App Development to improve the efficiency of programs capable of artificial intelligence. The Manifest recently sponsored Blackburn Labs in recognition of the success in the app field.
Blackburn Labs enjoys the diverse opportunities that arise from app development. In mid-2019, we had the privilege of collaborating with the team at My Body Gallery – a company that promotes a healthy mindset of the female body image. It’s a platform where women proudly showcase natural photos of their bodies and share their meaningful stories. It has become a global collective that truly embraces uniqueness.
Our owner and chief technology officer was invited to speak at Venture Cafe’s Tuesday morning gathering last week. He spoke about how to effectively virtualize project management processes. This is a topic Blackburn Labs knows a great deal about since many of our projects are either partially or entirely virtual with remote team members. His hope was to leverage his experience, and those of others, to help small businesses cope with this sudden shift to virtual business.
Our very own Chief Data Scientist was invited to speak at Venture Cafe’s Thursday evening gathering last week. She spoke about her pet project, which Blackburn Labs is developing, called SpoonieDay.
Last week, Blackburn Labs was honored to have its CEO, Robert Blackburn, join the Developed Panel in Providence RI. Following that great event, the ACT Association invited Robert to join them in their monthly podcast, Tech Swamp.
At Blackburn Labs we have an impressive team of innovators, developers, and creators that know how to provide a realistic and effective solution to our clients. Our 3 core ideals are to innovate, architect, and build. Through our dedication to our values we have been named a top development firm in Rhode Island by Clutch! Additionally, we are listed on Clutch’s Providence app developers page as a top company. We are so proud of our accomplishment!
We’ve all seen it. Someone gets a shiny new project, they’ve gotten past all the bureaucracy and barriers, and they’ve gotten the team excited about this new adventure and ready to attack it with full vim and vigor. Then, they have to spend the next few days, weeks, or even months doing nothing but setting up servers, installing tools, and building the elements of the app that are simple commodity-features like signing in, account creation, data persistence, and push notifications, before they can actually get to the parts of the app that are unique and exciting. How anticlimactic!