Breaking down organizational silos and promoting cross-team collaboration is essential for the success of any business. In this blog post, we explore key strategies for addressing silo mentality in leadership, centralizing cross-team collaboration, balancing extrinsic and intrinsic incentives, and aligning team goals with company goals. Discover practical tips for fostering a culture of communication, collaboration, and accountability, and learn how to ensure your teams are working together towards a common goal.
As artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more integrated into our daily lives, the need for responsible and trustworthy AI systems becomes increasingly important. In their quest to develop such systems, both Microsoft and OpenAI have outlined their approaches to responsible AI development. Microsoft recently shared its Responsible AI Standard, a framework to guide the development of AI systems, while OpenAI takes an empirical and iterative approach to aligning AI with human values. In this blog post, we will take a closer look at both companies’ approaches and how they can serve as valuable resources for software teams looking to implement responsible AI in their own work.
On January 16th, 2023, Logius, the Dutch government organization responsible for the DigiD app, released the source code of the app to the public. The DigiD app is a widely used authentication app in the Netherlands, with over 15 million active users. The release of the source code is in line with government policy to promote transparency in government-developed software. The source code is available on Github under the EUPL license, with certain exceptions for security and privacy concerns. As the open-sourcing of the DigiD app is a major development in the software development industry, it will be interesting to see how the community will respond to it and how it will be used.
Learn how to create a successful business strategy for your software factory with our comprehensive guide. We cover key steps such as defining your strategic approaches, tactical phases, operational aspects and getting everyone on the same page. Follow these steps to align your goals with your target market and drive long-term success for your software factory.
Spotify Backstage is a developer portal that helps engineering teams organize and manage their resources in one central location. It features a catalog for tracking and managing internal applications, libraries, pipelines, and websites, as well as a scaffolder for creating new projects using approved architectural blueprints. It also includes a docs-as-code solution for storing and accessing documentation with code. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the features and benefits of using Backstage, as well as the pros and cons of choosing it as your internal developer platform. We’ll also provide some tips for evaluating it versus other specialist solutions.
A growing software team can be like a well-oiled machine. With the right culture and processes in place, your team can churn out quality software at an impressive rate. But to create a true “software factory,” you need more than just a team of skilled developers. You also need to engage managers who understand how to participate in the process, QA testers to make sure everything works as it should, and support staff to help with customer service and other tasks. With the right people in place, your software team can become a true force to be reckoned with!
.NET MAUI is right around the corner. Like its predecessor it offers sharing most code while building for multiple platforms. This includes the UI part. Of course there are still elements that require access to the platform, like accessing the camera, or something less common like customizing HttpMessageHandler behavior on iOS. For common use-cases Xamarin.Essentials was offered to Xamarin Forms …
Sonarqube is an open-source platform which performs a continuous code analysis to help your team write cleaner and safer code. You can view this report of your code in your SonarQube account, where you can see possible bugs, security issues, code smells and other suggestions to avoid technical debt. However, it is also possible to add this report straight into …
There is a little voice that is growing louder and it’s saying: “.NET MAUI”. We may have heard of it, but what is this? What does it mean? Previously, we talked about Xamarin.Forms 5, but there is a new open-source framework on the way: .NET MAUI. It stands for .NET Multi-platform App UI and it is coming to step up …
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