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Day in the life of a Back-end developer Our teammember Yannick happily provides some insight into a typical day in the life of a Back-end developer
Yannick van der Laak
Building code from a Front-end point of view Our teammember Floor gladly takes you along trough her day of working as a Front-end developer
Floor van Wieringen
Become relevant by combining GA4 and cross platform events in your customer journey.Become more marketing relevant by combining GA4 and cross platform events in your customer journey. Collect, configure and analyze your data to reach the right audience.
Richard Budding
The absolute need for User Identity Management and AuthenticationWith the rise of the on-demand economy, consumers now have plenty of choices, especially when it comes to digital products. If they don’t find from your company what they’re looking for, they will find it elsewhere. People now expect instant access and personalized, frictionless experience. So having a complex and advanced communication channel that doesn’t serve this purpose won’t be of many benefits to your business. The hundreds of daily brand messages bombarding users do not do any help as well. With such a fierce competition, superior customer experience may be one of the few ways left for companies to stand out and gain loyal customers.
Richard Budding
Why prototyping is essential for a business managerIf you think that prototypes are an unjustified design tool, then hold on because you’re about to see how powerful this tool is for business managers, especially with tough competition and tight budgets.
Richard Budding
How much does it cost to build a cloud application?Suppose you are starting a new business or service and you want a modern web application. Or you are looking for a way to facilitate your customers even better with a native app to complement your current services. The big question that arises then; what does such an application cost? Levarne provides insight in this question by means of a calculator.
Rianne Spelt
What is serverless and why is it important for the choice of a new software project? Serverless or running code without the need for a server seems like a utopia.
Richard Budding
Multidisciplinary is the futureA multidisciplinary team is the future of successful innovation. By working together with multiple disciplines, you design and develop a stronger product, there is more support, you learn faster and the productivity is higher.
Rianne Spelt
Your Worst-case Serverless Scenario Part III: The Invisible ProcessIn this third and last installment of “Your Worst-case Serverless Scenario” we will talk about a nasty ‘invisible process’ of DynamoDB and briefly discuss partition designs and table indexes. We will close this case by summarizing our lessons learned. If you haven’t read the first two parts of this series, we highly recommend checking them out, since this article builds further upon the previous articles.
Niels van Bree
One month into LevarneI’ve been working as a software developer for Levarne since March 2020. Since this was my first ‘adult’ job I wasn’t sure what to expect. To what extent did my study prepare me to be a software developer? And what is it like to work with a coordinated group of colleagues? In this post I share my progress in discovering the answers to these questions.
Wouter Castelein
My first week at a techcompanyMeet, Slack & Google Drive. New faces with lots of experience. Calls on distance. By accident leaving an online meeting because I clicked on an added link. Cloud applications. This is a summary of my first week in a whole new surrounding.
Rianne Spelt
Your Worst-case Serverless Scenario Part II: Magic With NumbersIn this second installment of the “Your Worst-case Serverless Scenario” series we will explain how an intended amount of 100k table records turned into 56 million records. This will be explained by accompanying it with some pseudo functions of our code, a small case study and a visualization that will help you to better grasp the concept. If you haven’t read the first part (Invocation Hell) of this series yet, we encourage you to do so, since we use some of the discussed material in this part.
Niels van Bree