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Interning at 101 Ways: On the Code to Success

by Rachel Murray, 21 August 2019

It’s summer, it’s hot – you’d be forgiven for wanting to spend every waking hour next to a fan / water fountain / igloo. But one young woman, shunned the sun and braved the Northern Line every day just to join us at HQ for a week and find out what it’s really like to […]

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Is Low-Code Development a Threat to Software Engineering?

by Jamie North, 16 August 2019

Low-code development platforms (LCDPs) – a term first coined by research firm Forrester in 2014 – provide an environment for programmers to create application software through graphical user interfaces and configuration – like drag and drop – over traditional computer programming, which can often require millions of lines of code. The platforms’ capabilities ‘enable rapid […]

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Why Consultants have a Unique Advantage

by Kelly Waters, 29 July 2019

As someone who believes wholeheartedly in the concept of consulting (I do run a consultancy after all!), I have often found myself wondering what it is that consultants bring to the table. After some reflection, I think there are a number of advantages that can be very impactful when consultants are utilised in the right […]

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Conversations with the Crew: Meet Joshua Philpott

by Rachel Murray, 24 July 2019

Turn’s out we’re an office of secretly talented techies – from a rock singer via a hand-skateboarder (it’s a thing) to a diablo juggler. But we didn’t want to stop there so in June we decided to add a former professional footballer to the mix. Apparently Beckham was busy – something about buying some land […]

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WebAssembly, is it really the future?

by Odhrán McConnell, 03 July 2019

Recently, I’ve been talking at some events about WebAssembly during which I was a bit hard on JavaScript. I admitted that I’ve never been a fan, and believe that JavaScript is a broken language. The  problems with JavaScript are well-known, but there are only two things you can possibly do about it:  Eliminate those problems […]

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What Peter Andre Taught Me About My Anxiety

by Michael Seipp, 14 June 2019

I’ve suffered with anxiety throughout most of my life, but it wasn’t until a decade ago that I even knew that’s what it was. And oddly, I have Peter Andre to thank for that. While it would be fair to assume that another chart comeback post-Insania / A Whole New World remake is enough to […]

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