After a successful proof of concept for our one click deploy framework, we are now planning for the first production implementation. Here is a quick impression of how this is going to look:
In our series about the interns working at Avisi, we feature Maik Diepenbroek today. Maik is rearchitecting parts of the NXP Temptation application with a focus on testability, code quality and maintainability. Continue reading
In our series about the interns currently working at Avisi the spotlight now turns to Danny Cobussen. Danny is working on a concept we call ‘one click deploy‘. One click deploy is about installing applications to a cloud environment where the cloud is not a vendor SAAS offering, but a cloud environment that is fully under the clients control. Continue reading
One of the most important aspects of work that you are doing, takes only 2 minutes…
And often, that is the part that gets postponed or forgotten. Continue reading
There is a never ending discussion about what software really is. The discussion takes many forms, but mostly boils down to ‘is software art or engineering?’. Continue reading
As a system integration engineer you need a broad range of skills. These skills are probably more likely to be defined by a breadth of knowledge rather than a depth of knowledge. Skills must include general software engineering (or plain coding…), knowledge about protocols, but most importantly general problem solving skills. Plus it helps if you can’t stand the words ‘I think that will never work’, because a lot of times it takes a fair bit of tenacity to pull it all together.
For reasons of convenience most secure websites are accessible through both HTTP and HTTPS. On request, the HTTP site simply redirects the user to the HTTPS site. This method, however convenient, does pose a considerable security risk. Indeed hackers can easily perform a ‘man in the middle attack’ based on the HTTP request.