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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 development 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

  • Pride Month

    IQ recognizes Pride Month and supports all who have not felt included throughout their journey. We want to take this month to acknowledge that we have to do better in our diversity, inclusion, and unconscious biases. All people have the right to be themselves and be part of a positive future without feeling isolated because […]

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  • Python Absolute Value

    by: Ryan Ernst The absolute value of a number is the non-negative value of a number without regard to its sign. This is often useful when you care more about the size of a value, you are calculating a delta from zero in either direction, or you are measuring something that is direction agnostic and only care […]

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  • The University of Pittsburgh Society of Women Engineers

      At IQ we understand the importance of STEM education and are proud to once again be a supporter of PittSWE. The University of Pittsburgh Society of Women Engineers. During the spring semester, PittSWE held “11 outreach events with 650+ students, 13 professional development events, 8 social events, and 7 mentorship events.” PittSWE were also […]

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  • Employee Spotlight – April Rak

    This month we want to introduce you to another one of our talented employees, and another recent winner of our IQ Core Values award, April Rak. April is a part of our projects team here at IQ working as a test engineer supporting one of our clients. What motivates you every day? I am motivated […]

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  • Introducing OrchaJS: A TypeScript-Native Client-Server Facilitator

    What problem does it solve: The problem is that managing synergy between client and server is typically done in two separate repositories: frontend and backend. This can make maintenance between the two cumbersome and error-prone, especially for large projects. The solution: With Orcha, you house your frontend and backend in a monorepository and have a […]

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  • 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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