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Technology Radar [Sep-Oct 2018]

This year we gathered once again to combine our knowledge and create Technology Radar. We have focused on the following four areas: “.NET & Azure”, “Web & Mobile”, “Data & AI” and “Java & AWS”. Enjoy! Edition highlights [Adopt] Azure Bot Service and LUIS [Adopt] Azure DevOps [Adopt] Mendix [Adopt] RxJS [Adopt] PowerBI [Trial] Azure […]

Adventures in updating JMeter Templates.

In the below story, I have described a case study based on my experiences with updating JMeter to a newer version. A story full of plot twists, dangerous action and hopefully satisfying climax. And maybe some lesson how to and how not to do update JMeter in Your CI Pipeline.   Once upon a time… […]

Welcome To Big Brother

If you.are_interested_in(the_background_story): Being a Data Scientist, I’m literally crazy about data! I gather it whenever I can and I’m always checking whether it’s possible to get the data through an api (application programmer interface), Excel exports or at least web scraping. Not only do I love it, I always keep in mind that every bit […]

The Legal AI Forum and the state of flux

The take off Last week I had the pleasure of attending The Legal AI Forum, allegedly the only international event to focus on the commercial implications and business strategy of AI for the legal sector. When I was stepping out of the airplane at Stansted Airport on Monday evening, I was ready to gain a […]

What realistically can we expect of AI?

There’s no denying that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now the next big thing. The term was coined in 1956, but only incredible computing power and data storage capabilities of today enabled AI to truly unfold its wings. It’s enough to look at McKinsey’s or Forrester’s reports to get a sense that business all over the […]

Darwin and The Travelling Salesperson

If a salesperson has to visit all the cities in their patch and then return home every night, how could they work out the shortest route? That was the question posed to me by our consulting director Matt Weaver in about 2013. My initial response was dripping with naivety and he smiled an evil smile! The Travelling […]

Endless possibilities of IoT

The Internet of Things became a hot topic recently and is not slowing down. But did you know, that it isn’t a new concept? ATMs are considered the first IoT objects, dating back to 1974! So why IoT didn’t get its’ popularity earlier? Why is it booming now and, finally, how can you benefit from […]

Design Thinking workshops for social good

Brainwork: research and ideation workshop for social good is an event we hosted for our CSR beneficiaries. The idea was to bring a group of creatives under one roof and let them do what they’re best at – design, research and innovate. We matched User Experience, marketing, business, and product professionals with representatives of our […]

Technology and CX in Retail

Technology is changing how we live and it’s only natural that it would change the way we work as well. As consumers, innovations reshape the way we search for, buy or even pay for products. Companies help us making faster and easier decisions by providing real time communication, new ways of advertising and convenient buying […]

Digital transformation in the public sector

Growing expectations of customers are forcing companies to re-think the Customer Experience they offer. B2C sector invests in cutting-edge digital solutions to stay ahead of the competition and attract new customers. Companies operating in the B2B model are looking for new ways to optimize their processes and achieve business goals more in a more efficient […]