17.06.2022 By Ainara Novales
Low-code development platforms are becoming increasingly popular with companies because they enable them to create applications independently, even if they have little or no programming knowledge. In my blog post, I’ll describe the origins of low-code, explain how it works and list important considerations for its implementation.
26.04.2022 By Christian Everke
The day-to-day work in software development is work that requires a lot of brainpower. It involves high cognitive demands and skills in which perception and attention play a special role. The problem with this is that the way people think can be distorted. A distorted way of thinking leads to thinking traps and consequently to mistakes. Anyone who has mastered a few perceptual-psychological basics can adapt their way of working and especially their programming style in a way that avoids thinking traps and recognises mistakes more quickly.
04.04.2022 By Steffen Albrecht
Interim and completion forecasts are just as important in large agile projects as they are in traditional projects. Unfortunately, the Scrum Guide is no help at all here and classic methods are inadequate in most cases due to the complexity of the requirements. However, simple statistics and a transparent estimation method can be used to arrive at a reliable forecast. I will explain how this works in my blog post.
01.03.2022 By Marius Voskamp
My goal in software development is to build programmes and features that people need and like to use. Only on the way did I slowly realise that simply writing code would probably not be enough. This journey continues to this day. In my blog post, I would like to share the crucial insights and changes of mind I had and give you an idea of what the world of software development is like.
23.11.2021 By Daniel Lenzen
Applications often contain resources that should only be available to certain users. Management users, for example, administer the information of their employees, whereas sales users administer the information of their customers. This requires closed areas, access to which is controlled by permissions. In this blog post, I would like to show you how to manage these access permissions in Keycloak and how to assign them to groups of users.
12.10.2021 By Ediz Turcan
I was asked by a group of colleagues to pentest a portal to check that it is secure. As luck would have it, the test revealed only a small number of security vulnerabilities. There was one that really stood out, however. I’ll explain what it was and what took place after the vulnerability was discovered in my blog post.
09.09.2021 By Philipp Storck
Customers deserve professional service. Good service goes hand in hand with sales. They both draw on the same data from the same sources and round it all off to create a customer experience that is second to none. SAP Service Cloud is just the right solution to deliver flawless customer service. In my blog post, I’ll describe the benefits and added value that SAP Service Cloud can offer companies.
14.06.2021 By Dominik Wehberg
CSS is short for cascading style sheet. But how exactly does the cascade work? I'll explore this topic and lead you through the CSS inheritance process on the pages to follow. You will also learn all about the different types of style sheets and how the weighting of individual selectors is calculated in detail.
12.04.2021 By Stephan Wies
Microservices have many advantages. But the monitoring and maintenance of complex microservice architectures are time-consuming. The so-called service mesh can provide a remedy. Stephan Wies explains in this article how this works and what advantages and disadvantages it offers.