As much as possible as easily as possible and in the least possible amount of time. That's Josef's motto. Whether he's filling backends with data, testing apps or cutting videos. If there's a shortcut, he knows it and if there isn't one, he creates it. And when all the backends are full and all the apps are tested, you can find him browsing Steam, swinging his badminton racket or snapping pics with his Nikon.
Wie ihr aus unseren älteren Blogbeiträgen entnehmen könnt(hier und hier), sind wir stets bemüht, unsere Qualitätsansprüche auf das nächste Level zu hieven und unsere Qualität zu verbessern. Ein Prozess, der dabei hilft, ist CI – Continuous Integration.
In unserem heutigen Blogeintrag geben wir euch einen kleinen Einblick in die interne und externe Kommunikation, wie diese aussieht, welche Fehler bei der Kommunikation entstehen können und wie das alles unter einen Hut zu bringen ist.
Last year at nearly the same time I wrote a blogpost about app and program testing in general. This year I will concentrate on specific test methods. So, if you haven’t heard of unit-testing or integration tests, this is for you.
Last year was the first time we attended 2 of the major trade fairs in the field of industry and digitization with our own booth. And because we liked it so much, we decided to go back to present our knowhow and our fancy new AR-applications to the world. So, we travelled again to the world’s largest fair grounds from April 23th to 27th.
A little while ago, Pete wrote about all the new features Vuforia 7 has to offer. Today I will go a little bit into detail about the new “Ground Plane” and “Fusion” features. But don’t worry, this will be totally practice-oriented and not too technical. Thus, today’s blog post will tell you what all the fuss is all about and, more importantly, what you can do with all those new features.
Humans have been building things for as long as anyone can remember. Many different materials were used over the centuries and millennia. For a comparatively short time, we’ve also been using Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality as different kinds of “building materials”. But what are the advantages of using them and what can they be used for?
An app or a program which doesn’t work properly is probably the greatest fear of any software developer. To avoid this, there are various ways of testing the software for bugs. Find out how these methods work and what you have to consider by reading on.
Last week we went back to Hanover, to bring a little change to our daily routine. We liked the fair grounds at CeBIT so much we decided to explore the whole location. What are the differences between B2B and B2C exhibitions and how went the second week at Hanover? You’ll read it in this blog!
Last week, the CeBIT trade show was held in Hanover again. And I’m sure you’ve been dying to know what it looks like from the point of view of an exhibitor. Luckily for you, we had a booth this year, in exhibition hall 11, the hall for start-ups. Even though we aren’t actually a start-up anymore (more on that later) we were pretty comfortable and happy to be there. And, most importantly, we took many new impressions, inputs and stories home with us.