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  • Jan 18, 2014 · 10:30 AM
  • Notre Dame College

After working independent for the past eight years, Jonathan Knapp has seen a few things that went well on projects and quite a few that did not. When things break down, it's almost always due to poor communication.

It doesn't have to be like this.

We'll discuss the mindsets of everyone involved with seeing a project succeed and what tools or techniques can help to fill the communication gap.

Jonathan Knapp is a digital consultant out of Akron, OH. He’s been working for himself for the past eight years at his company Coffee and Code ( and has worked on PHP, Flash/Flex, Rails, Django, and JavaScript projects.

He is also a community web advocate running a meetup group in Akron/Canton, supporting local conferences and Give Camps, and helping other developers to get their start. Feel free to hit him up on Twitter: @CoffeeAndCode

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