Digital Transformation / DX
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Internet of Things / IOT
Software development stories - Page 2
Crime-busting software scoops PM's Science Prize
“DNA profile analysis is a really powerful tool for identifying individuals as possible suspects but it’s also important for being able to exclude or exonerate an individual as well.”
K Road tipped to be NZ’s ‘silicon valley’ of music
Auckland’s Karangahape Road is now home to Global company inMusic Brands as the company has moved its DJ software development operations there.
Interview: GitHub's promise to diversity and social impact
GitHub is primarily a collaborative approach to coding and technical expertise, but dig a little deeper and you find that the company is so much more.
GitHub’s ‘universe of data’ empowers developers
“These past ten years have been the most transformative in tech,” says GitHub SVP Technology Jason Warner.
Rabid Technologies rebrands to Ackama as Australia beckons
Breccan McLeod-Lundy and Josh Forde are two entrepreneurs who are excited about the future, as their software development firm moves ahead with a new name, and a new presence in Australia.
Foundation for open media software development launched
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Linux Foundation launched the Academy Software Foundation with Weta Workshop as a founding member.
Exclusive: GitHub's seamless approach to helping businesses stay agile and compliant
Caught in the belief that rapid software development is impossible with compliance obligations always in the way? Think again, says GitHub.
Fingerprinting: A new security for open source software
Some developers can be very casual about copying files, code snippets, images, binaries or entire modules without respecting open source licences.
Tauranga software development firm awarded Callaghan R&D grant
Radfords has been collaborating across the NZ kiwifruit industry to help it scale into the position it is in today.
The seven critical skills all IT teams should possess
Skillsoft's EMEA MD explains how embedding key skills within in-house IT teams can help keep an organisation’s data safe and its employees productive.
The state of the nation: Government websites fail to serve citizens
The majority of government websites are underperforming, with the best site scoring 4.6 out of 10 - a failing grade.
The future of wireless design with multi-functional engineers
It starts with enabling team members to become multi-functional engineers who can comfortably work in the digital, RF, and system domains.
Tableau: How to transform your meetings with data
It is most often a lack of information, not time, that drives inefficiency and renders many meetings completely futile.
Amazon Web Services partners with Kiwi uni to empower ICT graduates
“Partnering with AWS allows our students to work to their full potential using a suite of tools that make what they can create virtually limitless."
GitHub to boost security tracking for developers' projects
GitHub has unveiled security improvements that will allow developers to track which dependencies are associated with public security vulnerabilities.
IT company headquartered in rural Paeroa offers developers a different lifestyle
Small-town living in the town made famous by L&P has proven to be a drawcard for IT talent.
How to achieve a DevOps best practice in your organisation
Organisations globally are turning to DevOps to address the increasing pressure to deliver higher quality apps within a shorter period of time.
Study reveals how companies can develop and deliver better software faster
New data from almost a thousand global respondents has found there are substantial benefits to be had from cloud-based tools for DevOps.
Kiwi-based software company gets back to its roots in Chch
At the time of the earthquakes, it was a small business with only six staff members.
Tailored or off-the-rack?
You should be able to find a version that does what you want, right? Wrong.
Best practice is a myth
As those in IT will know, there are a number of frameworks, processes and groups set up to pursue the somewhat elusive ‘best practice’.