Adam Rusciolelli
By:Adam Rusciolelli Posted On: Topic:News

Devbridge Group expands to U.K. with London office opening

Devbridge Group announced today that it will open a new office in London next month, expanding its European operations into the U.K. Why London? An office in the U.K. allows us to better service our growing list of clients and fill the gap for digital product engineering and design in financial services, manufacturing and technology companies, particularly within the British and European markets.

Steve Brown
By:Steve Brown Posted On: Topic:News
Steve Brown
By:Steve Brown Posted On: Topic:News

Defy Mediocrity recap: An evening of fun and inspiration

Devbridge closed out its summer by hosting a "Defy Mediocrity" open-house event. It was an evening of networking, inspiration, and fun with clients, friends, the Devbridge team and those interested in joining it. This article recaps the incredible evening.

Arminas Katilius
By:Arminas Katilius Posted On: Topic:Engineering

Why you should apply clean code processes to test code, too

Most developers put a lot of effort into creating good code structure. Similar clean code rules should also apply to test code, but this category is often overlooked. This article reviews some guidelines that help keep test code structured and organized.

Ed Price
By:Ed Price Posted On: Topic:Strategy

How organizations can shed the technical debt of legacy code

Few people get excited about digging into old "legacy code," but companies that delay too long will find themselves with heavy technical debt. This technical debt can result in an unserviceable application, or even worse, complete failure. This article explores methods businesses can use to tackle (and prevent) technical debt.

Aurimas Adomavicius
By:Aurimas Adomavicius Posted On: Topic:Strategy

The quest to defy mediocrity: Our story as we grow

Nine years ago, five individuals were faced with a choice: continue trudging through the corporate world of indifference, or quit, and invest in the seedling of a business. Those five chose the latter, founding Devbridge Group. The choice was in line with a value we continuously strive for: to defy mediocrity. This article recaps how we've grown since that time, and how we strive for constant improvement.

Devbridge Group
By:Devbridge Group Posted On: Topic:News

Devbridge Group achieves Honor Roll status by Inc.

For the fifth consecutive year, Devbridge Group has been named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in the U.S. The annual list, published in the September issue of Inc., recognizes the fastest-growing private companies in America. This year, Devbridge was named 1,324 on the list of 5,000 businesses­­.

Adam Rusciolelli
By:Adam Rusciolelli Posted On: Topic:News

Want to make great things? Focus on your culture

Each summer, Devbridge Group sends its entire North American team to Lithuania to spend a week working alongside their Lithuanian colleagues. This culminates in a weekend known as Summer Camp, where we celebrate our accomplishments as a team. The trip is an investment in our culture. If people are our greatest asset, why not do everything to grow that asset?

Arminas Katilius
By:Arminas Katilius Posted On: Topic:Engineering

6 React libraries developers should check out

React is a tool that constantly evolves, influencing web development's evolution in the process. Here are six libraries that can help solve everyday tasks and change the way you develop with React.

Steve Brown
By:Steve Brown Posted On: Topic:Strategy
Ed Price
By:Ed Price Posted On: Topic:Strategy

Realizing the promise of DevOps within the financial services industry

The promise of what Agile and DevOps can do for companies is an enticing one: The ability to be nimbler and react faster through continuous integration and continuous delivery. Why, then, are banks and other financial institutions struggling to implement it? This article explores the vast potential of DevOps and how it can be implemented.

Steve Brown
By:Steve Brown Posted On: Topic:Strategy

Digital onboarding in banking, Part II: A road map to get started

Banks are engaged in a race toward digitization, particularly in digital customer onboarding. As you might expect, the race is one with many hurdles: rollout time, budget, infrastructure changes, regulation—the challenges can be daunting. We're here to help. In this article, we'll summarize Part II of our white paper on digital customer onboarding. There, we detail our design process and provide a road map to get started.

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