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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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Scrum, Data and the Journey to Awesome

by Rachel Murray, 07 June 2019

I’m on one of our client sites to meet Sonny Lam: Data Explorer, Scrum Master and lounge wear extraordinaire. While I like my interviewees to feel relaxed, I’ll admit this is the first time I’ve ever questioned someone wearing slippers, and Pokémon ones at that. But whatever gets the job done, right? I had promised […]

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