CU*Answers opens Developer’s Help Desk Boot Camp registration

CU*Answers, the 100% credit union-owned data processing CUSO, is getting closer to the registration deadline for the 2019 Developer’s Help Desk Boot Camp. The Developer’s Help Desk Boot Camp is a hands-on, DIY experience; a unique experiment in how solution designers and architects from credit unions can take advantage of the expertise of the designers, developers, testers, and documenters at the CUSO to produce a finished product. It’s an experiment in proving out the point of the DHD online store – can credit unions use DHD resources to help them build something new?

Credit unions can nominate a project, including a plan for development and launch. Attendees will work alongside CU*Answers and team members to build it, while acting as the general contractor and the visionary. Visit the DHD website to learn more.

DHD project volume steadily growing

CU*Answers announced its Developer’s Help Desk (DHD) initiative is steadily growing as the volume of Design Studio (custom software) project requests being submitted completed continues to rise.

For the first fiscal quarter of 2018, 53 Design Studio projects were fully completed, which represented over 1,100 programming hours. The volume of Design Studio project requests received increased by over 20% from the previous period.

Scott Page, business manager for the Developer’s Help Desk, said the DHD is designed to provide a new and exciting vision for how client software development projects are handled by CU*Answers. It’s uniquely targeted to facilitate the process by which clients design, build, and manage custom projects in a new, innovative way.

To learn more about the Developer’s Help Desk, visit them at their website.