The Air Force this week issued a contract to Hellebore Consulting Group, LLC, to support the U.S. Air Force Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) program.
PIMPL is a deceptively complex idiom that must be used with care.
It isn't why you think. There are many companies out there hiring. They are growing and have positions to fill. The motivations seem obvious. Hellebore, though, hires for a different reason.
Over the years, the definition of a “cool and progressive” company has changed. Do you want ping-pong tables in the break room or do you want to have your vacation paid for?
When faced with the prospect of collecting large sets of data, you have to make a decision about how you’re going to store it. There are three things to consider before getting to the data analysis.
Throughout our Defense and Commercial Consulting engagements, a common theme continually turns up in design, code reviews, and watercooler talk: performance.
The true difference between larger companies approaches to reducing IT spending and smaller ones: Software Asset Management (SAM) and Vendor Relationship Management (VRM).
There seems to be a continual tension in the software development lifecycle between upgrading to the latest development technologies and supporting legacy systems. Can a proper balance be found?
On 1 April 2019, Hellebore Consulting Group, LLC, is a new software engineering and defense consulting company in Dayton, Ohio.