Welcome Megan and Tara!
Hello Panda Lovers! Today I’d like to officially introduce Parking Panda’s two awesome new marketing interns, Megan McKeever and Tara Urso. They’ll be spending the next few months with Parking Panda helping the team maintain its social media presence (including getting regular posts up on this blog), doing research, helping create our marketing materials, and hopefully much more — all while...
Parking Panda Welcomes Mark McTamney!
Parking Panda is proud to announce that we have made our first full-time hire. Mark McTamney joins the Parking Panda team this week as our Director of Marketing & User Acquisition. Mark will be responsible for building the Parking Panda brand and making sure we have plenty of parking spaces available. If you need a parking space and can’t find one — blame it on Mark. Mark has a unique...
Fresh Start: Must Have Programs for Developers
As I was setting up my new laptop I decided to keep a list of all the programs that I have to have as a developer. Let me know what is on your list or something that I may have forgotten. Development Visual Studio 2010 – Visual Studio is by the far the best and most complete IDE I have ever worked in. I maybe use 30% of its capabilities, but I would never use another IDE unless I was forced...
Where did the name Parking Panda come from?
Parking Panda was born in April 2011 at Startup Weekend Baltimore. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Startup Weekends, they are basically weekend long events where you are tasked with building a prototype and high level business plan in two days. While we were hacking together the first version of Parking Panda at this event, we were also looking for a name. What we discovered, was that...