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Author Konrad Łukasik

Konrad Łukasik

Technology Radar 2016

Young developers are keen on trying new technologies whenever they can 🙂 Those more mature know that not every shiny new thing will save us trouble and make us more efficient. They like known tools, languages, stable and predictable environment. This leads to a question: how to select the right framework, library or architecture for a […]

Can Rapid Development tools speed up delivery of CRUD-like interface on .NET platform?

Quite often it happens that as part of a project we need to develop some maintenance screens for the administrator. Typical scenarios are: user management, assignment of roles and permissions or modification of system dictionaries. They are usually not high-priority features of an app, however, from the long-term perspective UI is required. Trying to be […]

16 essential things about Objectivity, (not only) for potential developers

Some time ago (March 26th), we organized the second “open door” day at Objectivity. We hosted 135 guests, who participated in a number of different talks prepared by our employees. Topics were chosen by the attendees, who voted electronically during the registration process. The event was so popular that at some point we run out […]

Technology Radar

Nowadays, in a fast-moving world, it is increasingly difficult to stay up-to-date with technology. From our ‘IT’ perspective it is important to know what’s available on the market – sometimes out-of-the-box and often for free – to not reinvent the wheel or repeat mistakes of others. As Tim Lister said “You’ve got to surf the […]

Branching and Merging: Ten Pretty Good Practices

A bit of history… “Konrad, we have to talk!”, the Programme Manager said rushing into my office. I don’t like it when Programme Managers move fast: it is usually a bad sign. “We have an issue with the release of the next module of our financial system. Its code refers to some core libraries which […]