Bob Davidson

Director of Development
“I had weird aspirations of becoming a writer. I’m over it now.”

From childhood, it seemed as though Bob was destined to work in tech. His grandparents owned a Dragon 64. His first computer experience was editing the verbiage in Gold Digger to say something, shall we say, a bit more chiding than the programmers originally intended. His first computer, a Toshiba laptop with 1 MB of RAM that ran Windows 3.1, was stuck at half speed because turbo mode didn’t work.

Now, as Director of Development, he solves problems all day. The mish-mash of technologies creates interesting hurdles. The hurdles lead to complex problem solving. And complex problem solving is what makes Bob tick.

Bob’s guilty pleasure is still in those video games — though maybe without the language-changing mods — but his main hobbies have shifted toward more physical tinkering: DIY auto mechanics, cooking, photography. There’s even an induction cooktop in the Blend kitchen with his name on it.

Still, most of the tinkering happens here at Blend. Good thing, too — there are still plenty of opportunities to jump over hurdles and solve complex problems.

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Blend Developers Earn Episerver Certification

  • May. 18 2017

Josh, Bob, and Stephanie prove their development skills are at top level by passing Episerver certification exam. 

Always Be Learning: 2016 South Dakota Code Camp Report

  • Nov. 15 2016

More than a hundred local developers — including a contingent from Blend Interactive  came together recently to participate in the 2016 South Dakota Code Camp.

“Taming Asynchronicity with Promises” — Sioux Falls Developers Group

  • Bob Davidson
  • Mar. 04 2015

What are promises and how can they be managed? Bob Davidson from Blend Interactive discussed this new fascination of the Javascript community during the most recent Sioux Falls Developers Group.

South Dakota Code Camp 2012 Recap

  • Nov. 14 2012

The free, one-day event focused on computer programming and hosted more than 100 local and regional developers.