In this presentation, we walk the audience through Declarative Testing with ACT.Framework and a sample RESTful project with a few test cases.
Modernizing a legacy application is a process of balancing very different teams to a point where new and old coexist in harmony. This is not just a story of balancing technology, but also cultures and philosophies.
Over the past 15 years, Thinking.Studio has been extremely fortunate to have some exceptional talent. So in writing this post, I thought it would make sense to share what I believe are some key contributing factors to recruiting excellent experienced IT, design, and software engineering talent.
A look at the implications of the banking Royal Commission on the customer experiences and digital systems being used by the financial services industry
So many organisations today struggle with their data. The world of big data, analytics and predictive modelling is so attractive, yet, the perceived complexity of achieving a data nirvana is so great that data projects either spiral out of control or never start. So how can you get a handle on your current data, whip it into shape and start using it?
Relationships with vendors don’t normally start as difficult. They devolve into difficult situations and are ultimately a result of the behaviours and needs of both parties in the relationship being unmet.
So how do you see the warning signs early? How can you deal with vendors once they have officially become difficult?
As we have seen in other blog posts, bespoke software development for any business carries with it great risks – many of which can often be unknown to the business. That is not the point of this post! This post is about risks that are known to the business, yet they remain ignored and without a plan for mitigation, leaving the business in a world of hurt – unprepared and reactive at the moment least expected.