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January 13, 2021, by
Aviation Disasters and the IT World

Now, before you judge me as someone with a psychological disorder–we all slow down when we see an accident on the highway, but planes crashing into each other or the ground?–let me explain why I watch these depressing films and what it has to do with IT work.

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January 4, 2021, by
Reduce bugs by making the system easy to use

The trend is that systems grow in complexity and that we’re relying on systems of systems to get the needed value.

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December 22, 2020, by
Automated Machine Learning: Hands-off production maintenance for the busy entrepreneur

Machine learning is getting more traction. The willingness of companies to use ML models in production for their daily business is growing.

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December 16, 2020, by
Azure DevOps, Visual Studio, GitFlow, and other techniques from the heap

In essence, I am very curious. That is why, whenever I see, read or hear about something that piques my interest, I do not stop until I understand it and if it finally provides me with a benefit, I do my best to include it in my portfolio. This is something that happened to me, a while ago, with DevOps.

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December 14, 2020, by
Kubernetes: The new cloud control plane?

Kubernetes is a platform that allows containerized workloads to be managed, scaled and automated. As the ecosystem is growing more and more use cases become available.

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November 27, 2020, by
Cloud Transformation: Application Re-Architect and Rewrite approaches on Cloud

Cloud adoption is high from the last few years and enterprises are aggressively started their cloud journey irrespective of their size.

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November 23, 2020, by
The practicalities of Micro Frontends

A Sogeti insurance client, began a discussion around Micro Frontend Architecture and seems set on a course to bring this technology into use.

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November 20, 2020, by
DevSecOps: The Roadway to Better and More Secure Applications

The technological world has rapidly developed. In order to satiate the growing hunger, the IT industry adopted a practice known as DevOps.

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November 16, 2020, by
Everything is Code. Why and how you should test your Terraform

Terraform really taking off as the standard to provision and deploy almost everything in cloud like Azure and AWS.

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October 22, 2020, by
An Introduction To OpenShift

This blog provides an overview of OpenShift and how to quickly get started with OpenShift Installation.

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October 19, 2020, by
Can quantum technology assist in the next COVID crisis? Part 3

Zooming in on the potential applications of quantum computing in predicting the evolution of COVID-19 using quantum machine learning.

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October 15, 2020, by
It’s time to scale up with Enterprise DevOps

What’s the difference between DevOps & Enterprise DevOps? Download the new Enterprise DevOps Report from Sogeti and Microsoft to find out.

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October 1, 2020, by
Is your open source usage secure?

Secure code is important. What if a security issue is not found in your code but in one of your dependencies?

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September 30, 2020, by
Deploy .Net Core web API to Linux Ubuntu

In this tutorial, I will show how to deploy your .Net Core web API on a clean Ubuntu virtual machine with Nginx.

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September 23, 2020, by
AI-Assisted Testing

There is a constant ask from the customer on how to optimize the overall QA (Quality assurance) activities in terms of reducing cycle time, improving quality by reducing production defects, focused testing to get maximum defects in early development phases.

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September 21, 2020, by
Language models: battle of the parameters — NLP on Steroids (Part II)

In Part I of the blog , we explored the language models and transformers, now let’s dive into some examples of GPT-3.

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September 14, 2020, by
Top 5 SogetiLabs blogs from August 2020

Take a look at our most read and shared blog posts from August 2020.

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September 11, 2020, by
Software Maintainability and the Definition of Done

My main focus this year revolves around Software Maintainability. At this moment, we try to get everyone on board, and we have started training people on the concepts, and how to get your team to write maintainable software.

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September 9, 2020, by
Out, Proud and a tester …

Each year Pride month comes and goes with me vowing to put fingers to keyboard to write about the importance not only of Pride as a near global event celebrating diversity and equality but also protesting that true equality may still be some way off.

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September 2, 2020, by
Applying ML models in production — A theoretical challenge that you need to be aware of

Applying machine learning algorithms to your business process can be quite beneficial: whether it is to predict incoming workloads to better allocate internal and external resources, or to segment customer groups to personalize marketing campaigns, machine learning is the key to success.

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