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This article is sponsored by SmartLogic and was reviewed before publication.
In a quiet, lush office space in the Canton neighborhood of Baltimore, SmartLogic runs on the self-driven determination of its dozen sharp-skilled employees.
The software company builds custom web and mobile applications for companies ranging from scrappy tech startups to the Fortune 500 list. With 40% of its business coming from repeat customers, SmartLogic’s secret sauce has always been its communicative, transparent relationships with clients, involving them throughout the entire software building process.
The nimble team works hard to stay ahead of the tech curve, attending annual conferences for progressive technology like Elixir/Phoenix, sponsoring grassroots events and producing its own podcast — “Smart Software with SmartLogic.”
As client demand grows, SmartLogic is looking to double its team over the next year. So if you’re the independent, self-directed type who lives and breathes computer science, pop on over to SmartLogic’s company page to check out the open gigs and learn more.
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