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.
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.
At Made Tech, our company mission is “to improve software delivery in every organisation” and recently while using Azure DevOps, I’ve been feeling that currently, these two things are mutually exclusive.
We don’t have to tell you that the world of technology is an ever-evolving landscape of ideas and concepts, and that even when you have a firm intellectual grasp of a technology this knowledge can quickly become outdated. With this in mind, we thought we’d readdress one of our blog posts from 2015 with a fresh, 2018 perspective.
If you read Wikipedia you will find that Alpine is a Linux distribution that is based on musl (more on this later) and BusyBox.
Far from technology star gazing, we explore what a modern retail technology platform could look like. Established retailers are typically encumbered by a number of legacy technology choices that are deeply embedded in their business – from a creaking SAP rollout, to proprietary Warehouse Management Systems that are resistant to integration.
An increasing number of retailers are exposing core parts of their business through APIs, delivering a more cohesive customer experience across a variety of touchpoints, making it easier to streamline internal operations, and opening opportunities to interface with external channels.