Are you familiar with the “throw it over the fence” method? If so, you’ll know that it is not very productive. The method refers back to the old times of web development, when humans and technology often failed to work together optimally. Once new code runs well on the developers’ machines, it was ‘thrown over […]
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Is your company fit for the future? What do you need to look out for to accelerate digitization and drive innovation? The Digital Ability Report 2018 by Basefarm provides well-founded answers and valuable insights. This summer, we did a survey to find out the current state of digital maturity of companies and the criteria that […]
Wondering how to fix web security vulnerabilities? Scan regularly with tools like Detectify, do in-depth fixing and establish a security directed culture. This is easier with DevOps tools.
How do we keep up with the pace of digitalization and take control over our own digital development? And how do we learn new skills and routines that lead to successful digitalization? It all starts with a modern way of thinking and acting. At Basefarm we call it Data Thinking.
Do you think taking the step to the cloud is a challenge in itself? And now that you finally chose Amazon Web Services (AWS) as your cloud solution, how should you go about to learn how to manage it? Maybe you don’t really have time to spend on these types of concerns.
You might think, and you could even be right in that your own web application is perfectly written with zero bugs, so that no attacker can obtain information they should not be able to. But what about the software surrounding your web application? Unfortunately, this software often is things you don’t have control over like frameworks, web servers, operating systems, and sometimes even hardware.
SQLSaturday just took place in Oslo on Sep 1st. Here is what I learned.
-By Flemming Löth, Deputy System Manager, SQL Server.
Developing an agile culture to achieve a faster time to value is more about the people, and how you approach the problem, than what techniques you apply.
Is building “an app in a day” realistic? It is possible, according to Martin Eliasson Jäger, developer at IT Huset in Stockholm “If you have planned your web application infrastructure well, you probably can be up and running in only one day”.
In order to improve your innovation speed, you have to be willing to jump on concepts faster than you have done before.