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3Q3M Episode 6 - "What is a Craftsman?" with John Calvin Young

by Theo Luciano

What makes a software craftsman, and why you want one on your project.

Pay For Software Based on Its Performance

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I can't afford a huge price tag for the software I need. Is there another option for me?

3Q3M  -  What, Why, How of DPQ Software with Ken Auer - Episode 5

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What is design price quote, why is it important, and how does it work?

3Q3M — Getting Started with a Software Project with Caleb Woods — Episode 4

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CEO Caleb Woods discusses how you can know if you're ready for custom software.

CCC Days at RoleModel Software

by Theo Luciano

Software development is constantly changing and improving. At RoleModel Software, we know that means we must learn to do the same.

LightningCAD Reimagined: Applying Virtual and Augmented Reality

by Theo Luciano

RoleModel Software's revolutionary CAD framework reaches new heights through the introduction of AR and VR.

CCC Days at Rolemodel Software: Part 2

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If you stop learning, you stop growing; you stop getting better.

3Q3M — 3 Questions Everyone Wants Answered with Roy Miller — Episode 3

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In this episode of 3Q3M, Roy Miller, COO of RoleModel Software, answers common questions about the custom software development process.

CPQ + CAD? Introducing DPQ!

by Theo Luciano

In the manufacturing and design world, computer-aided design (CAD) is a commonly used tool. It is just what its name implies: the use of computers to assist with any aspect and stage of a design. The introduction of CAD allowed for greater quality, productivity, repeatability, and communication for those using ...

3Q3M — Common Misconceptions of Custom Software — Episode 1

by Theo Luciano

We only see a project as successful when we win together. In the first episode of our new video series 3 Questions in 3 Minutes (or 3Q3M), RoleModel Software’s marketing director, Jamey Meeker, sat down with incoming CEO Caleb Woods to discuss three common misconceptions regarding custom software. As the ...