Category: Enterprise
Ryan Van Fleet
Ryan Van Fleet
20 Apr, 2017

Taming of the Subselect: Three ways to use this troublesome SQL Query

Subselects can be used in many ways: filtering, retrieving specific data, and creating custom joins. Writing effective SQL using subselects, though, can be frustrating. While SQL is ubiquitous in software engineering and is a valuable skill for testing, data analysis and reporting, nowadays a lot of SQL is abstracted...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
10 Jan, 2017

Software vs The Evil Forces of Entropy

Requirements evolve, technology evolves, processes evolve, and users evolve. So why is it that the systems, applications, and their underlying architectures seemingly get built in a way that after a couple iterations of extension, they become brittle and saddled with “technical debt”? More importantly, is there anything that can...
Jay Gelman
Jay Gelman
28 Apr, 2016

Multi-Tenancy for Testing

Any time you make a change to software, you run the risk of breaking some part of the system that was previously working.  That’s why any well-run software development project has regression tests.  You want to make sure that any changes don’t have any negative impacts, and regression tests...
Alden Hart
Alden Hart
08 Oct, 2015

Full Stack Development: Hardware to Cloud

Traditionally, a full-stack developer has the ability to develop both front-end and back-end software.  In the age of the cloud and connected devices, this definition is limiting and misleading.  The modern full stack developer now embraces hardware as a key to delivering breakthrough applications. Over the years, a lot...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
28 Aug, 2015

Evolving in Place

A systematic approach to replacing old technologies and applications with new can save you time and money, improve continuity of operations, and allow you to keep up with your competitors. I often work with clients that have dated technologies and infrastructures, stuff that was modern and based on (mostly) good...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
30 Mar, 2015

Continuous Delivery Continuum

Continuous Delivery exists on a continuum as a constellation of capabilities rather than as a destination
Alden Hart
Alden Hart
01 Jul, 2014

Agile Development is Not a Best Practice

By Alden Hart CTO and Managing Director Recently I gave a talk to a group of CTOs about Agile development, something the development shops I’ve worked in have been doing one way or another since before Agile got labeled and got its own Manifesto. It was going to be...


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