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Your business is like no other and we recognize that. IQ works to understand your specific needs and the unique challenges facing your business. Together we can develop a custom solution for your project or consulting needs. Partner with IQ today to support the development and testing of your custom software. We'll work with you to...

Who We Are

Our team of highly skilled software engineers, software testers, and software quality assurance engineers is ready to take on new challenges. Our employees will bring their drive and experience to software projects of all shapes and sizes. We work hard, play hard, and really get to know you and your business. When you are looking for consultants to join your team or need a custom software solution, IQ is your one-stop shop.

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Latest News & Blog

  • Five Mistakes Junior Engineers Make and How to Avoid Them

    by: Alyn Parry and Ryan Ernst Welcome to the first post in the IQ Ask an Architect Series! In this series of posts, I will be collaborating with one or more of our Systems Architects to pick their brains on various topics.   This week I jumped on a Google Meet to talk with Alyn […]

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  • Employee Spotlight – Chris Smith

    At IQ we love to recognize those employees that we believe are “Living the Values”. Our most recent recipient of this award was Chris Smith. Chris is a part of our excellent talent management team. This team is responsible for finding the right candidates for our project team at the IQ office as well as […]

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  • Python Length of List and Other Sequence Operations You Should Know

    by: Ryan Ernst As someone who frequently switches between programming languages, I have developed a mostly-useless-super-power. I have gained the ability to forget basic syntax and built-in methods within days; more importantly, I can find answers to most syntax questions in less than 30 seconds. I have a suspicion that google-fu is a skill that […]

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  • Virtual Tech Trivia

      On Thursday February 25th, IQ held the 7th installment of our Tech Trivia. Tech Trivia was contrived by a team internally with the idea of creating an informal yet challenging, competitive, and most importantly FUN event that would act as a networking forum to provide opportunity for Pittsburgh technical professionals and those sharing common […]

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  • ImportError: attempted relative import with no known parent package

    by: Ryan Ernst You hate to see it. You just started a new project. Things are going great. You decide it is time to get serious — so you start a second file and begin moving the extraneous functions into that file. You finish the cleanup effort. Feeling great. Let’s run it one more time […]

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  • Pittsburgh Civic Hackathon and SheInnovates 2021

    Over the past couple of weekends, some of our dedicated IQ employees took some of their personal time to participate in two local hackathons. The Pittsburgh Civic Hackathon, and Pitt’s Women’s Hackathon, SheInnovates 2021. IQ was a Gold Sponsor for SheInnovates, as well as being a Participating Sponsor for the Pittsburgh Civic Hackathon. IQ software […]

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    Through trial and error (in 2020), we came together, discovered and implemented new ways to help our customers, our communities and one another! We adopted new ways to stay connected. We gained a renewed sense of community; we embraced life with family and for many, we discovered ourselves, what makes us happy. “OUR WHY”. Why […]

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  • IQ Social Good Update

    In late November, the IQ Social Good Committee met to discuss how we could give back to our community, while staying safe during COVID. In years past, IQ held toy drives within the office.  Employees would purchase gifts and place them under a tree, however this year would be different. It was difficult to pick […]

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  • Psychology in UX Design

    Welcome to the eighth and final article in our user experience series. In our previous post, we discussed the importance of accessibility when designing and building products usable by everyone. In this post, we will learn about the importance of understanding the psychology of users when designing our products along with some interesting and common […]

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  • Accessibility and Universal Design

    Welcome to the seventh article in our user experience series. In our previous post, we discussed the importance of usability testing and some techniques for running a successful usability test. In this post, we will learn why and how to design inclusive and accessible products. In case you missed them, you can find the other […]

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