technology Leon Hewitt

London React Meetup – April 2016

An evening of testing workflows and dynamically built forms awaited visitors to Code Node last Wednesday when the London React Meetup was once again in town. Tom Duncalf kicked things off by describing what he has found to be effective unit and…

technology Monika Ferencz

TestExpo 2015: fragments of a dream

Too often in my career I have found that testing is exactly like water, gravity or Google: you don’t realise how important it is to your life, until you suddenly lose it for some reason. But to the people behind the yearly TestExpo conference,…

Stuart Harris

Tech Round Table 2013 H1

The first half of 2013 has reinforced Red Badger’s belief in polyglot architectures and solutions built from small, sharp tools.

technology Stuart Harris

Ansible

There’s something built into us that drives us to automate everything. Every manual thing we don’t have to do frees us up to do something more exciting and useful.

technology Arnaud Lamotte

What is Specification by Example?

Setting Business goals, gathering requirements and providing specifications are fundamental activities of product development. However these activities are only partially covered by traditional Agile methodologies, which tell us how to build…

technology Cain Ullah

BBC Connected Studio – a fun day of innovation

On Friday last week (that is the 4th of May 2012 just in case you are reading this in 2013) we spent an excellent day up in the BBC’s plush new MediaCity, Salford offices with a bunch of BBC folk, other start-ups and generally bright, vibrant…

technology Cain Ullah

How the Cloud underpins Red Badger’s Business

At Red Badger, we’re huge fans of the cloud and we try to persuade our clients to be too. Where possible, we base the products/services that we are developing on cloud infrastructure for its many obvious advantages. Birdsong, our popular Windows…