on Nov 30, 2022
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On November 8th and 9th, I participated in the React Global Online Summit as a listener. There were numerous topics covered in this online event, and in this article, I would like to go through a few of the sessions in the junior track, such as Composable Microfrontends, React Hooks, TDD with User Interfaces, and […]

on Nov 29, 2022
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How do you build an end to end point of sale and restaurant management system for an entire NFL stadium? Esper and Xenial have the answers, and Mercedes-Benz Stadium is where you can find them — home of the Atlanta Falcons. Mercedes-Benz Stadium houses 200 restaurants that all require various point of sale, mPOS, kitchen […]

on Nov 28, 2022
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Cloud consultant Asanka Nissanka looks at how to use AWS Fault Injection Simulator (FIS) for chaos testing. One of the most common misconceptions about cloud-based systems is that they are inherently reliable and don’t require failure testing. Yet under the shared responsibility model, cloud vendors are only responsible for reliability of the cloud, not workloads […]

on Nov 24, 2022
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About the Client A UK-based FinTech providing CRM services for mortgage, lending and banking providers encountered a rare database compatibility issue after migrating to Amazon Web Services (AWS). It needed to resolve this matter quickly to keep cloud cost management under control. Our managed services team enabled the client to bring actual cloud spend back […]

on Nov 22, 2022
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About the Client Standard Chartered nexus (SC nexus) is a white-label plug-and-play Banking-as-a-Service (BaaS) solution with a vision to redefine the banking experience for customers globally by digitally marrying ecosystems to banks. The BaaS model enables non-financial companies to provide customers with financial products and services such as personal loans, credit cards and digital savings accounts.   […]

on Nov 22, 2022
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Factors that underpin cloud security best practices are frequently overlooked during accelerated large-scale migration or adoption. The result is shaky foundations that put the organisation at risk of accidental or malicious breaches. To prevent this, security should be considered a fundamental aspect of cloud builds from the outset, not a standalone activity. In this blog, […]

on Nov 17, 2022
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Introduction On a high level, most typical applications consist of workflows that process tasks. Within each workflow are steps performing actions on the tasks. In modern applications, these steps are typically implemented as container services or serverless microservices.  If we use an analogy to help understand this, then the application would be an organisation such […]

on Nov 16, 2022
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Did you know that, on average, a company uses 25 tools in their software toolchain? To manage these tools, organizations are devoting 10 percent of their development teams to toolchain maintenance. And while standardizing seems like the only solution, it comes at an unspoken cost. When we prevent software teams from working creatively, we also […]

on Nov 11, 2022
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Thanks to Project Mainline, AOSP has become modular enough that key features introduced with the latest Android release can be rolled out to devices running older versions of the OS. There are a lot of caveats that I’m glossing over here, but before Mainline came around, the only way for new Android features to be […]

on Nov 7, 2022
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Rugged Android devices are built for a variety of ultra-tough conditions. While handheld mobile scanners and ultra-tough tablets for outdoor workers are prominent examples of rugged Android, they’re not the only durable options to consider. The rugged Android device category includes a surprising range of device types including tablets, smartphones, and even sleek and lightweight […]