Codete is starting its own blog. We've decided to share our knowledge and ideas with the IT community. In this first entry, I would like to introduce the purpose behind this initiative.
Our main goal for 2016 is to aggregate and share the know-how which we accumulated during over 6 years in the IT market.
We did manage to work with lots of different organizations and solve a tremendous number of technical and non-technical problems, now it's time to recap and build our knowledge bank – this blog will be a part of this process.
We will write about IT through the prism of our experience in:
WEB & MOBILE DEVELOPMENT
Surely this topic is very close to us. Codete had started with software development of web and mobile applications and at this point, we feel confident about advising other professionals. We will publish tutorials and describe best practices for building as well as the most recent trends in backend and frontend development.
AGILE PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND DELIVERY
While working on several projects, we manage to learn how to cooperate with the different organizations spread across the globe. We will publish articles and case studies about agile project management methodologies and the DevOps approach.
Our main goal will be to present useful techniques, tools, and hints on how to connect with the other development teams and the business more smoothly.
QUALITY & SECURITY
We are proud to cooperate with the most demanding clients with the highest expectations of quality and data security (e.g. in the healthcare, finance sectors). We will share our experience on how to merge top quality with being agile and discuss challenges in the field of data security.
Research and Development of cutting-edge IT solutions is strategic for Codete. We would like to be a technology partner for our clients and help them to create innovations.
We are working on various IT challenges, like:
- Research and development of PoC for Big Data ingestion with IBM infosphere Data Replication for Oracle CDC into HDFS
- Research and development of PoC for data prefetching in web applications based on the user behavior prediction to reduce the number of requests and improve the speed of the web and mobile applications. Facebook's Top Data Problems list: https://research.facebook.com/blog/facebook-s-top-open-data-problems/
- Research and development of PoC for the selection of most suitable framework – comparison between React.JS and Polymer.JS for high traffic, multilingual eCommerce
We will publish the most interesting results of our researches and reflections on our blog.
We believe that presentation is equally important as the technology behind it. Creating user-friendly interfaces for complex applications means a great deal for us. We will share our experience gained while working on SaaS tools, eCommerce, and other mobile and web applications. We will present how to connect the design part with the development by creating guidelines and describing best practices.
We hope to create interesting content for professional readers with practical value in the fields mentioned above. We are open to discussion and willing to share our knowledge with others. If you like this approach, please spread the news about this blog!