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Fostering a Growth Mindset in the Workplace

Written by Rangle.io

*This article first appeared in IT World Canada*. In her 2006 bestselling book, Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, Stanford University professor Carol Dweck identified two distinct, opposing mindsets: Fixed mindset — Success is a direct result of intelligence and talent. The belief that essential qualities, like talent and intelligence, are set in stone. Growth mindset — Success follows persistence and resilience. The “life hacker” believes in...

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Why I Moved to Canada for Rangle

Written by Ben Hofferber

My name is Ben Hofferber and I am one of the recent hires at Rangle. Over the course of the last couple months, I ditched or sold all of my things and moved to Toronto from Boise, Idaho. Visiting and consequently moving to Canada were my first and second times outside of the United States. I left my home to pursue a future with Rangle....

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Introducing Bridge: a Free Code School for Women

Written by Emily Porta

A common refrain in tech companies today is: “I’d love to hire her, but she’s just not at the level we need.” This sometimes reflects a double standard, but not always. The reality is that while more women are taking up programming, many are often self-taught or graduates of code school bootcamps. They’re entering the workforce with drive and talent, but without...

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Accessibility in Modern Web Applications

Written by Renee Vrantsidis

Today is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD), a day to raise awareness about accessibility and encourage development teams to make accessibility part of their practice. At Rangle, this is something that we are striving to do. We have helped several of our clients build accessibly, but it still represents a competing priority for many software projects. What developers, scrum masters and product owners should know...

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