This week in Badger Academy, we were joined by Alexander Savin, a senior engineer of many talents. Under his guidance, he assessed the current state of our DevOps including the decision to use docker. Finalising last week's architecture choices, we…
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We have recently delivered a project for Jardine Lloyd Thompson (JLT) to re-design and build their World Risk Review website. We're currently in the final hardening sprint, doing some bug fixing and UAT. We'll be able to talk more about the benefits…
I should have written this post a while ago because something I love is not getting the traction it deserves and writing this earlier may have helped in some small way to change that.
The first half of 2013 has reinforced Red Badger’s belief in polyglot architectures and solutions built from small, sharp tools.
So as day one closed we were ready to get our heads down into hacking some code and try to produce something we could release. We broke up the responsibilities for UX, creative and technical tasks to the relevant roles. As I mentioned in day one…
Last Tuesday we got together as a tech team (developers, testers, agile project managers) and held a Tech Round Table of 2012. The premise was simple - let’s make a list of all the tech we’d used in 2012 and then figure out what we liked best, what…
Here at our (currently) sunny workshop in Clerkenwell, myself and the fellow badgers have being busy carefully crafting this, the new red-badger.com website and blog. Internal projects here are run with an ethos of allowing software engineers to…
Over the past couple of months, a small team at Red Badger has been working on a number of HTML5 prototypes for an interesting client. Speed of development and easy iteration have been essential so we've taken the opportunity to try out a new…