We’ve big plans for 2021 and will be hiring new software engineers. We asked our team what they’d say to encourage someone to join the team. We were really pleased with the positive replies which all suggest we are doing okay!
Mobile apps have additional constraints that you often don't face with desktop or web apps. This makes them really interesting from a software engineering point of view. We discuss some of the things we have to consider when building a mobile app such as RigRun.
We've been building an Android/iOS mobile app for RigRun this year. We're going to be beta testing it and "eating our own dogfood" over the next 5 weeks. Hopefully we'll also get fitter at the same time. The winning team picks a charity to receive a donation from Codify. Let's go!
On the 6th of March 2020, Codify joined the Sword group of companies. We will continue to operate as a separate business unit, under the same management team – but now part of a group with over €213 million turnover, a presence in 22 countries and over 2,300 employees around the world!
In June, Ben and Mikko visited Oslo for the NDC 2018 conference. Once they had returned and recovered, we bombarded them with questions about their experience and the things they had learned.
May was full of announcements, many of which would be worth a blog post of their own. Most come from the two major events at the start of the month, Microsoft Build and Google IO, but there was also some news at the very end of the month.
This month there’s lots of exciting news coming out of Microsoft Build 2018. But there were also plenty of interesting articles last month – here are our favourites.
Thanks to the snow, there were lot of opportunities to sit down, relax and have a read through the technology blogs. Here are some of the most interesting picks.
January is the time to reflect on the past year and take a look at what's coming. This is also true for the technology blogs and open-source projects that we have been following in the past month.
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