October 2019

The Child and the Bike – An Agile Story

October 14th, 2019|Categories: Product|Tags: |

I've recently started a new software project with a product owner that is an expert in the business domain but has never worked with an agile software development team. I had shown him some initial wire-frames for the application, and he has a pretty good idea of what he wants the end product to be. As he's never worked with Agile and Scrum before, I wanted to explain how the process works and explain that he will get the application in increments that might not look like the end product, especially at first, and that this is a good

August 2019

How to Build a Distributed Load Testing Infrastructure with AWS, Docker, and JMeter

August 6th, 2019|Categories: QA|Tags: , , |

A tutorial on how to build a distributed load testing infrastructure with AWS, Docker, and JMeter. Before we get into the tutorial hands-on, I would like to mention that this topic is not new. It has been covered in various helpful articles like the ones from TestAutomationGuru. The content which I am about to present has its custom favors and solves specific issues that I have encountered while working with this setup. Table of contents Overview and scope Prerequisites Part 1: Local setup Step 1: Create an image from a dockerfile Step 2: Create a container from an image Step 3: Push/pull images

July 2019

Moggles – manage your product features with the click of a toggle

July 3rd, 2019|Categories: .Net, Product|

The Context You’re part of a great team that likes to deliver features as they are developed and tested. You favor a minimum number of branches, maybe just one, and you’re eager to send your bug fixes to production minutes or hours after the fix is committed and validated. But not all code is ready for prime-time and parts of it have to go through an approval process that goes beyond the development team, maybe through the marketing or product team.  That is the time when you start to ponder on developing features that can be released to

June 2019

Why Python is popular in machine learning

June 19th, 2019|Categories: Machine Learning, Python|Tags: , |

Python is one of the most popular programming languages on the market today, maybe even the most popular language, depending on whose survey you use as a reference. There are numerous reasons why it’s so popular, including a couple that make it a very good language to use in an up and coming field called machine learning. Before going into explaining machine learning, let’s just set the record straight to a general misconception on ML and AI: they are not synonymous and should not be used as such. Artificial Intelligence is a vast field and machine learning is a

Evozon named Top Developer in 2019 by Clutch

June 11th, 2019|Categories: Company News|Tags: , |

We have been recognized by Clutch as a top B2B service provider for three years in a row. This year we are thrilled to announce that in Clutch’s 2019 report we have been named one of the top .NET development companies. We are delighted by this recognition, as we know how much weight it carries given that it is based on direct feedback from our clients. This acknowledgment by Clutch and the feedback from our clients continue to drive us as a company: to constantly improve, to grow not just our skills, but our professionalism in all the roles

January 2019

Free Whitepaper – A guide on IT outsourcing to Romania

January 23rd, 2019|Categories: Guides|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Eastern Europe is a thriving region for IT Outsourcing and Romania is one of the countries that is betting big on its IT sector. With a strong industry growth rate, affordable costs and great culture compatibility, it’s an ideal location for European and American companies. Here’s everything you need to know about Romania before committing to an IT outsourcing project, check out this free and comprehensive guide! Free download!