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Methodology

28.01.2021 By Eva-Maria Kynast

UX design for projects without a UX designer

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Not every project has a UX designer. The requirements engineer is often asked to perform a kind of dual role – ‘they can do that little bit of UX as well, no problem’. I’d like to use this post to expand your UX horizons a little to help you understand the basics and possibly highlight a few important points to consider when designing software solutions.

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Inside adesso

‘Will a software project be completed on time?’ or ‘What costs will be incurred?’ - there are many situations in which estimates are made. However, regardless of the type of estimate, my conclusion will remain the same: I believe we should not make decisions in software projects based on estimates. There are better alternatives.

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Inside adesso

The security of IT services is always changing Continuously developing an information security management system (ISMS) based on existing standards and tailored adjustments can lead to the information being used securely in the long term. That’s why in this blog post, I explain what’s behind each of the standards in the ISO 2700x series and put them to the test.

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AI

The area of surveillance, or in other words, the monitoring of processes for regulatory and compliance reasons, is enormously important for banks. Banks already use automated systems for these sorts of checks, but they don’t offer a one hundred per cent detection rate. In this blog post, I explain how artificial intelligence methods can be used to solve this problem.

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Software Development

19.01.2021 By Tobias Deininger

Data protection in software development

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Does the issue of data protection always give you a headache? Us developers are confronted with huge challenges time and again, especially when we’re only made aware of the requirements for the software we have to develop late on in the development phase. In the first part of my ‘Data protection in software development’ series, I would like to introduce you to the principle of privacy by design.

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Methodology

14.01.2021 By René Schönfelder

Agility needs diversity

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Diversity plays a crucial role in meeting complex and ever-changing challenges. In my blog post, I use a simplified model to explain what this means and how agile practices help a diverse team solve complex problems.

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Methodology

In my blog post, I’d like to introduce you to an incredibly versatile method for recording, analysing and documenting processes. The brown paper method is shaped by interactive collaboration, especially on site. I would like to share my experiences with you to demonstrate how the method can be adapted during a pandemic and still be applied on site.

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Architecture

11.01.2021 By Harun Sevinc

The SOLID design principles

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The goal of SOLID is to produce software that tolerates modifications, can be easily traced and that forms a basis for the components used in many software systems. In my blog post, I introduce you to the five SOLID principles in more detail.

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Industries

Through the approval for medical devices and the fast-track procedure of the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices (BfArM), DiGA is positioned in the standard care of statutory health insurance providers and made available as an “app on prescription” for millions of legally insured persons. In addition to the usual process support, adesso also identifies, opens and promotes alternative business models.

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