Tag: Software Development

How test driven development helps keep you in the driver’s seat

By  on July 19, 2017

In:test driven development (TDD) |Testing

Stefan Riedmann is a senior-software developer at Belatrix. This blog was originally published on his personal blog. I think there’s an expression that fits pretty well to what I have […]

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Why marketers are getting more involved in software development

By  on July 13, 2017

In:software development

  Your app is your brand The role of marketing has dramatically changed in recent years with more and more data available to marketers to make decisions, and better segment […]

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The top challenges with microservices

By  on June 8, 2017

In:Architecture |software development

Over the past 18 months we’ve seen increasing attention placed on microservices. Standard bearers such as Netflix and Facebook have highlighted how microservices can be used to create more nimble […]

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Our most popular blogs of 2016

By  on January 17, 2017

In:Mobile testing |Software Testing |Technology

This week we’re looking back at the most popular blogs from 2016. These top 5 blogs were the most widely read on the Belatrix blog. 1. A developer’s perspective of […]

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Why you should be implementing continuous delivery

By  on December 6, 2016

In:software development

“Continuous delivery is the way — even if you never achieve it, the mere pursuit will make your organization better.” Steven Winter, Chief Strategist at GuerrillaQA Continuous delivery, CD, is […]

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The importance of JavaScript in software development

By  on May 19, 2016

In:software development

This article talks about the importance of using JavaScript for software development. Even though Javascript has been criticised, it is one of the most popular and growing programming languages for […]

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Why I’m not betting on the uberization of software development

By  on February 12, 2016

In:software development

One of the interesting developments in recent years has been the potential to find freelance contractors and hire them for your needs – whether it is using an Uber driver […]

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Predictions 2016, Cracking Open The Digital Economy

By  on December 11, 2015

In:software development

Digital technologies have continued to transform businesses at a lightening pace over the past 12 months. From healthcare to automotive, it is software which today makes the difference between a […]

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Top 5 Things Business Executives Need To Know About Agile

By  on November 9, 2015

In:Agile |Agile Development

Agile development is the new reality for driving digital technology agendas. Earlier this year, reflecting the ever rising interest and focus on Agile, the research company Gartner published a report […]

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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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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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