30

Jun

Inspiring the next generation of coders

Any developer will tell you one of the most satisfying things about programming is that moment when the code works, and what started as an idea in your head is now a reality. Lately I’ve been discovering the equally rewarding experience of helping a young beginner programmer experience that for first time in their life. This is a new world we live in where computer literacy is as important as mathematics or science – and if we have to do it why can’t it be fun? ... read full post

Posted by:  Seth Reid , Developer, Portals, Content and Collaboration |  30 June 2015

Developers


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22

Jun

A better way to record conversations

Let’s start with a quick game of Imagine if … ... read full post

Posted by:  Bryce Saunders , Senior Consultant - Portals, Content and Collaboration  |  22 June 2015

Planning, PMO, productivity


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15

Jun

Data Science Dust Off

Last month’s Briefing in the Economist covers the topic of Artificial Intelligence; more specifically the supervised machine learning technique broadly termed artificial neural networks. Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science; call it what you will, to the general public, indeed to the majority of tech professionals, they are one and the same. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  15 June 2015

Data Visualisation, Data, Big Data, Data Intelligence, Machine Learning


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11

Jun

Native or web? Microsoft blurs the lines – in a good way

Since the beginning of the mobile era, there has been a war between developing on platforms natively, or taking advantage of web support on mobile platforms for easy cross platform development. ... read full post

Posted by:  Jonny Lin , Developer, Seattle |  11 June 2015

Microsoft BUILD conference, Development, Web Apps


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08

Jun

Touch, Pause, Engage – adopting Scrum

The term 'scrum' comes from the game of Rugby. In Rugby, a scrum refers to a tight-packed formation of players with their heads down who attempt to gain possession of the ball. Gaining possession of the ball is the goal of the scrum.  However the main goal in rugby is to control the ball passing it between players before reaching the goal line and hopefully scoring a try. The former is for short term gain while the latter is for long term reward - perhaps analogous to a sprint outcome and the successful delivery of a minimum viable product. ... read full post

Posted by:  Lee Herd , Architect, Architecture Services |  08 June 2015

Agile, Development, Frameworks, Scrum


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