Category: Software Product Development

Why you should consider Functional Programming

By  on February 16, 2016

In:Software Product Development |Technology

Every developer, team leader and product manager knows that the world moves fast. And I mean fast enough to make us all feel dizzy with weekly new breakthroughs and new […]

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Open Source Software For Steganography In Linux

By  on May 5, 2015

In:Software Product Development

Steganography is the practice of hiding messages or data within another message or data. In digital steganography this may include code, images, videos or other files. Steghide is steganography open […]

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What The Internet Of Things Means For CTOs – Join Our Webinar Tomorrow

By  on April 20, 2015

In:Software Product Development

The technology industry is at fever pitch about the Internet of Things (IOT) and its potential. At the consumer electronics show at the beginning of the year, Samsung announced it […]

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Getting Started With Vagrant

By  on April 14, 2015

In:Software Product Development

Vagrant is one of the best known technologies for web development today. For those not familiar with it, Vagrant is software for creating and configuring virtual development environments. So, it […]

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Component Based Development With Angular and Typescript

By  on April 7, 2015

In:Software Product Development

Modern web applications are increasingly required to provide a user experience closer to that of a native application. Web development therefore increasingly relies on single page applications (SPA). This rise […]

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Apple Watch: How To Start Developing Applications

By  on March 30, 2015

In:Software Product Development

A How To Guide To Prepare Your Environment For WatchKit Apps An application for Apple Watch requires an existing iOS application for now, so the first step for WatchKit applications […]

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Simple Clues To Identify Waste In Development Process

By  on February 24, 2015

In:Software Product Development

Lean Software Development was originally outlined in the book “Lean Software Development”, by Mary and Tom Poppendieck. The book takes the principles from lean manufacturing and applies them to software […]

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Wearables: The Next Frontier Of Technology, Part 2

By  on February 3, 2015

In:Software Product Development

Hot on the heels of our recently released whitepaper on wearables, came a fascinating announcement by Microsoft during their launch of Windows 10. One of the stand-out features was Microsoft […]

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Useful Terminal Apps For Your Daily Routine

By  on January 26, 2015

In:Software Product Development

Back in September 2014 I wrote an article about Linux utilities and Terminals I always use to increase my productivity. This time I would like to share with you some terminal […]

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Business Apps For The Next Tech Frontier: Wearables

By  on January 21, 2015

In:Software Product Development

While 2014 may have been declared the “year of wearables” by many technology journalists and bloggers, it is in 2015 when we will see wearables move towards mass market adoption, […]

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Best Practices For Front-End Coding

By  on January 19, 2015

In:Software Product Development

How many times have you conducted a code review and you had no idea what was a best practice? Well, here you will find a few tips about how to […]

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Software Product Development Predictions 2015

By  on December 22, 2014

In:Software Product Development

Software now underpins the core business critical activities in almost every industry. You book your flight via the airlines´ mobile application. Physicians interact with and view critical patient data via […]

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Learning From Others’ Mistakes In Agile Development

By  on December 17, 2014

In:Agile |Software Product Development

Implementing Agile is tough. While many organizations will finally experience the benefits of Agile methodologies, implementing and transitioning to Agile can be particularly challenging. This is even more likely to […]

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