In these days it seems to be impossible to not get in touch with reactive programming and reactive apps in Android. But how and where […]

As described in our previous posts, we created an ARKit-App with Face-Recognition. I will explain how we created our Face-Recognition model. Where to start? Apple’s […]

With Kibana’s machine learning feature you can setup an anomaly detection process in order to detect anomalous patterns in your application’s performance metric data. In […]

In my current project I work on a microservice built up on Node.js and running on Microsoft Azure. The service uses the Azure Cosmos DB […]

Elasticsearch, Logstash and Kibana also known as the ELK stack have been widely adapted by development and operation teams and used successfully by our customers […]

Every Android developer knows the workflow how to implement a RecyclerView: Creating a ViewHolder, an adapter and finally apply it to the RecyclerView. Imho it is […]

We are using the Amazon Web Services Cloud since 2013. It is quick and easy to use an AWS Service. So we started directly and […]

Der Nexus Guide ist der Leitfaden für die Skalierung mit Scrum der und nur wenige Wochen nach dem Update des Scrum Guides wurde nun auch […]

Scaling and maintaining apps manually can be a pain in the ass. You have to manage performance issues on your own, e.g. for availability requirements to […]

In this post, I want to show you how we implemented the MVP (Model View Presenter Pattern) without using a contract to improve our development […]

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