Our journey of establishing an own near shore company with all thoughts and problems. Turning a Fail Story to a Success Story within few months.
Working as a consultant usually involves handling client and local repositories seamlessly and is often pretty simple as an individual.
When working in a distributed team environment where only a portion of the members have access to certain areas of the project, the situation becomes a bit tricky to handle. We identified this as a minor showstopper in our organization and during our internal hackathon #hackdayz2018 we decided to make our lives easier.
We have a pretty nice office in Zurich. I’ve just missed from day 1 on some plants. Many different are suitable for the office, but I opted for something that also brings a return.
Our first Hackdayz was a blast! Mid of December 2018 we organized our first Hackdayz. A two day offsite teaming and workshop event for all our employees. The goal: Get something (project) done in 48 hours! We will blog about the details later on… but for now, here are some impressions of us from the Oberwaid in St. Gallen.
Read about my expectations on my first visit to Devoxx Poland from 24th – 27th June hosted in Krakow.
Microservices are both an architecture and an approach to writing software. With microservices, applications are broken down into their smallest components, independent from each other.
Many teams running Jenkins in their infrastructure need to go through a corporate proxy in order to access external resources. It’s relatively easy to configure a proxy in the advanced plugin configuration. But if each domain needs to be white-listed, trouble starts almost certainly.
Issue In Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) projects developers are working a lot in services, filters, servlets and handlers. All of these classes are OSGi components and services using the Felix SCR annotations or the newer OSGi DS annotations. But sometimes you need an OSGi service or the BundleContext also in non OSGi / DS controlled […]