We’ve been exploring options for our clients who currently host services on PaaS and thinking about what this means for the wider community.
To communicate inclusively in tech, there’s several things to keep in mind that help us nurture a culture that truly values diversity, equity and inclusion.
In early 2021, we began an 8-month journey to create a digital mental health support finder tool for children and young people in Gloucestershire.
You might have been as surprised as us to hear GOV.UK PaaS is being decommissioned. This has left many wondering what comes next. Fortunately, there are options…
Our Software Engineer Kyle Jones explores ways we can start to reduce the carbon footprint of a city while improving lives.
Engineer Kyle Jones takes on the topic of sustainable software development — and what changes companies can make for the good of the planet.
Continuing with the theme from our last post, we’ll continue to learn about Kubernetes, not by worrying about the moving parts that are required to make a cluster, but instead by using a managed service provided by Google Cloud Platform (GCP) called Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). As with the main cloud providers (Azure, AWS and
Key takeaways from React’s approach to user interfaces and how it might impact user interface development at large
How do you create a shared understanding of specific technologies across a company? In this post we discuss validating the need for shared knowledge and deciding on the best way to facilitate sharing across a company.
This is the start of a blog post series that will discuss the various aspects of Kubernetes. We’ll try to guide you through the myriad of choices when choosing the type of Kubernetes installation, setting up a continuous pipeline to deploy your application to a Kubernetes cluster and how to secure said cluster.