Launching #TAPtips – Valuable Tips from Decades of Practice

Launching #TAPtips Blog Posts

While forming Datalere, Carlos and I wanted to continue with our contributions to the Denver, Colorado community. We have been active in this community for over a decade by running user groups, speaking at local, regional and international events — but have only blogged occasionally. To continue with the community contributions, we are launching #TAPtips: a weekly blog post. TAP is an acronym, derived from Team, Agile and Productivity, which we created after reflecting over all of the projects we have delivered. We’ve found these three attributes are key to delivering successful projects and supporting our strong technical skills.

TAP is an acronym that we derived from Team, Agile and Productivity. We created this acronym after reflecting on all of the projects we have delivered over the past 20 years. These three attributes are key to delivering successful projects.

#TAPtips will be quick tips around Team, Agile, Productivity and, of course, our technical expertise. We look forward to sharing these tips and welcome any and all feedback to ensure we are delivering value to our followers.


About the Author:

Marc Beacom is one of Datalere's two managing partners. Marc brings over 15 years of business and technical experience to the team and customers. Marc is also an active member of the local technical community and has served five years on the board of two Colorado SQL Server User Groups (Denver and Colorado Springs). He has also volunteered and served on several nonprofit boards including Colorado GiveCamp, Camp To Belong Colorado, PASS (Professional Association of SQL Server), and Mile High Analytics. He also created and organized Mile High Tech Con, a three-day conference for the Denver Metro area and Data Science in DTC, a new meetup group.