In memory of Katy Dynes

In Memory of Katy Dynes

We at Impact Makers are reflecting on the memories of our long-time colleague and friend Katy Dynes. We are grateful to have spent time with Katy, who was a driving force behind our mission and culture since 2011. The impact that Katy made in her lifetime was remarkable. She cared deeply with her whole heart […]

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Chaos Engineering: Deliberately Sabotage your Systems

By Suresh Gowda, ICP-ACC, CSM, CSPO, SPC4, AWS-CSA-Associate Senior Consultant, Impact Makers How to quickly recover from services outages Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), microservices, and cloud best practices can result in the creation of loosely coupled complex systems with many potential points-of-failure. At Impact Makers, we observe many customers dealing with service outages, which are difficult […]

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Richmond Times-Dispatch on Impact Makers’ Expansion

The Richmond Times-Dispatch covered Impact Makers’ new DC Metro office, recent restructuring, and new community partner on April 18, 2019,  in “Richmond-based Impact Makers opens Tysons Corner office, restructures governance” by John Reid Blackwell. The article focuses on Impact Makers’ commitment to our DC Metro employees, clients, and community through our all profits to charity […]

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Impact Makers Expands to Northern Virginia

Impact Makers Expands to Northern Virginia

Broome Promoted to COO, Firm Approves Governance Restructuring Impact Makers, a Richmond, Va.-based management and technology consulting firm that has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies each of the past seven years, has opened a Northern Virginia office in Tysons Corner. Founded in 2006 and with annual revenues exceeding $20 million, Impact […]

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Homestretch 2019 Benefit Breakfast

Join us at Homestretch’s 2019 Benefit Breakfast

Impact Makers is proud to be a sponsor of Homestretch and invites you to join us at their 2019 Annual Benefit Breakfast on May 2. The event is focused on “Rewriting Futures for Homeless Families.” Register online by April 23 to attend and learn how Homestretch provides homeless families the opportunity to change their lives. […]

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Infrastructure-As-Code in the Cloud & Why it Matters in DevSecOps

What is Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC)? Infrastructure-as-Code (IaC) is the practice of defining templates that can be used to provision technology infrastructure to support software and applications. Traditionally, physical hardware configuration of network switches/routers, servers, network-attached storage, etc. has been a time-consuming and difficult task that not only was prone to human error—but was also not easily […]

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Capital Kanban Recap: The Art of Agile

Impact Makers recently hosted Capital Kanban’s “The Art of Agile: The Art of War Interpreted with an Agile Lens” with a fantastic turnout. Speaker Megan Windle, a Certified Agile Coach and Certified Scrum Master (CSM), compared the ideas in Sun Tzu’s The Art of War with the principles of Agile, discussing Agile concepts and quotes from the book. What […]

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WIT (Women in Technology) Spring Job Fair

Are you looking for a career in the D.C. metro region? Connect with Impact Makers and more than 50 other companies at the WIT (Women in Technology) Spring Job Fair this Thursday, March 21st from 4-7 pm at the Sheraton Tysons Hotel. All job seekers, women and men, are welcome.

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Q&A with Data Scientist Jonathan Kuhn

At Impact Makers, we’re about the people—the impact makers. We spent some time getting to know our former Data Scientist Jonathan Kuhn, PhD., whose stories reflect the past, the present and the future of data analytics. !m: Why is data science important today? Jonathan Kuhn: Twenty years ago, we lacked the computing firepower, methodology and […]

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