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Embedded Accelerator Day

The embedded industry shares experiences and challenges

Diverse companies in the embedded industries showed up for Embedded Accelerator Day Oslo 2017. Excellent talks and valuable open space discussions gave everyone food for thought. This blogpost recaps the day.

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Why should I learn Git? I'm just a Software Developer

The tale of sharpening your knife skills

We are all a bunch of tech and tool nerds. We enjoy hacking out a clever solution. Finding exactly the right commands and switches to solve the challenge at hand. Sometimes we go a bit overboard. Many developers don’t think Git is something that we should tinker with. But it is!

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Working at Praqma

Breaking the rules of consulting

We do things that seem crazy from the perspective of traditional IT consultancies. We are not crazy, but just in case you think we are, let me explain why we do things differently.

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Imagine all the people

No developer is an island

Developers love writing code because they get to invent things. But someone else has to use the code, operate it and even pay for it.

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The consultant's oath

Leave no legacy code behind

We all complain about Legacy Code. We are limited by the leftovers from previous developers. But are we not guilty ourselves of leaving Legacy Code behind?

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Turning 40

Praqma is turning a sharp corner in high speed

Praqma is turning 40 - at the age of nine. Looking back it seems like it has been a relative slow start, but at this point we’re moving at the speed of 2+ employees per month.

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Thin-shell Repositories in git

Managing versioned source level dependencies

Splitting dependencies is the holy grail in software. Breaking up a monolith into reusable components and services changes everything, including approaches to version control

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Technical Coach with Praqma

High hopes this will be my most fun job yet

The life of a consultant has drawn me back, but perhaps surprisingly, this time it’s not a return to my one-person firm.

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