Blockchain technology is often heralded as having potentially limitless capabilities, but to fully understand it, we first must ask, “what is it?” This article provides a technical deep-dive into what blockchain is and whether its business potential lives up to the hype.
Rimantas BenetisTechnology Director
Rimantas specializes in highly scalable systems and agile development. His job at Devbridge Group is wide-ranging, as he offers technical support to the sales team, educational activities team (Sourcery Academies), and helps to run the internal IT infrastructure. He loves his job because he gets to explore the development world from a multitude of angles, allowing him to solve different challenges every day. He also enjoys that his job allows him to work on sustainable software development models which helps Devbridge Group achieve its goal of providing the best possible services to clients.
Rimantas expands his professional knowledge through the broad universe that Google offers, but also through StackExchange. He prefers StackExchange because it gives users the opportunity to explore, rather than providing a tailored view like search engines and aggregators do.
In his free time, Rimantas enjoys playing basketball. He also spends time exploring the world of robotics, especially drones, FPV, and microcontrollers.
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. I’m not sure about the universe”Albert Einstein
Touchscreen devices have changed how we interact with computers. People are already spending more time on their smartphones than their desktop machines. This shift in behavior has prompted the need for mobile-first design and development. A mobile-first approach is important, but where do you start? In this post, we detail three being methods used today and what approach will work best for you.
With the sheer amount of software being created today, software development techniques are rapidly and continuously evolving. Even industries that previously had a very fixed cycle, such as car manufacturers, are moving towards continuous delivery. As more companies adopt an Agile development process to support continuous delivery, testing (or quality assurance) and delivery need to keep pace. Hence, the rise of DevOps, which manages the entire product lifecycle. But, there are varying levels of DevOps. In this post, we define those levels and share with you our approach. How does your enterprise measure up?