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Do you need to be a startup to be disruptive?
The time when startups had an uncontested market for their idea is mostly over. In the winner takes all economy how you execute your idea is everything.
A sombre office resounds disbelief and concern for the London Technology Scene.
How do we manage resource scarcity in the 21st century? As modern humans, could we ever replicate the survival capabilities of our ancestors, and will technology ever reach the point where scarcity is a thing of the past?
As development environments move off single desktops and Service Orientated Architectures become more common we need to think about how to maximise efficiency and morale in development environments.
Agile has given us a sound methodology for delivering software. Now it is time to focus on the customer.
A spirit of experimentation and learning has always been central to our love of hacking. Six years into our business it still underpins our ability to deliver innovation to our clients.
What will the workforce look like in the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Many organisations are seeking to become more Innovative, Agile and Creative. A Design Thinking workshop is a practical way to get started with understanding how Innovation, Agility and Creativity can be fostered within even the most traditional of organisations.
As you will no doubt have heard - even if you’re not a football fan - Leicester City are now only a few games away from probably the most unlikely football league title win ever. As a Tottenham Hotspur fan, I’m still clinging onto some hope that Spurs can catch them. If we can’t though, I won’t feel too bad losing out to Leicester. After all, a victory for them would be a victory for us hackers and tinkerers everywhere…
At Google’s Progressive Web Apps event in London last month, the Chrome team shared just how many exciting new possibilities are on the horizon for web developers. But one of the new APIs stood out beyond all others: Web BBQ.
If you work with NodeJS, you’ll know about NPM. It’s simply a great package manager. Our Managing Director, George Ornbo, even went as far as to say it’s the best he’s ever used. However, when you work on large and complex applications, the number of packages you end up using can run away with you. Suddenly you’re looking at a package.json that reads like a greedy child’s Christmas wishlist.
First of all, let me just say that building VR games is easy.
The UK Investigatory Powers Bill lacks a basic understanding of VPNs and should be thrown out.
Lack of women, tax avoidance, inflated salaries and an increasing disconnect with mainstream society. It is like Gordan Gecko but in a hoodie.