“Paranoia is the secret to longevity” (Vavyan Fable, The Bone Flute) is not only true in the world of crime fiction (Fable’s book follows a modern cat burglar working online, targeting everyone from individuals to banks and multinational companies) but also true to life.
Smart HOME made
Smartphones, Smart TVs, Smart plugs, Smart household appliances are everywhere. What’s the next step? The Smart Home!
Grammar freaks assemble!
Over the recent years, the attention placed on modeling and modeling devices has heavily declined. While there could be multiple reasons for this*, the fact is that the robustness of the standard modeling language (UML) and modeling tools are not helping the situation. In a number of projects however, it would be reasonable to use smaller, more domain-specific languages but they often require setting aside the convenient features typical to today’s development environments. Or do they?
Five technologies we can’t live without over the next decade
I couldn’t for the life of me hope to choose a more meaningless title: five technologies over a decade... that we can’t live without? We’re talking about a decade where everything will be about rapid changes and adapting to them.
Low-code development can fundamentally change the back office
When the savings made through automation are higher than the cost of its development and procurement, it naturally makes financial sense to automate back office processes. As business success in no small part hinges on back office performance, it’s worth considering how its processes can be cheaply and flexibly digitised.
Cat in a pipeline
How can we make the entire software production process, from design and development to testing to going live, simpler and more effective? How can we create a sense of harmony through the elements of the developmental process that take place in various clouds and hybrid environments? It seems like the answer to all these questions lies in a robot cat.
What is low-code?
The emergence of low-code platforms leads us to ask, is the Holy Grail of software development truly within our grasp? Have we entered a world in which coding can be done without developer knowledge? How have the roles of business analysts, software developers and programmers changed in the presence of low-coding? Let’s take a detailed look into this matter.