The Global Legal Hackathon was a resounding success. Here’s what we discovered in London.
Fancy a weekend of coding for the legal profession using some of the latest and greatest technology? Get along to one of the Global Legal Hackathons. I’ll be at the London event.
Using Dynatrace may have started as an APM exercise, but Virgin Money is already looking at ways to exploit it more, such as pre-production testing of DevOps apps, re-constructing user problems and, maybe, keeping an eye on compliance.
Open source technologies are everywhere but in the banking sector, firms face perceptual and skills issues.
Finding code errors in applications has become the underpinning of frontline business operations management which can seriously impact issues like customer experience for good or ill. This is enterprise-important.
CAST Software is taking Computer-Assisted Software Testing into the realms of application quality analysis and prediction, and giving developers new tools with which to judge themselves and learn from the experience.
MuleSoft founder Ross Mason neatly encapsulates the shortcomings of AI for automation of enterprise processes – it’s the ‘brain in a jar’ problem
SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin welcomes GDPR, but the side-effects may be grim, he says.
In the first of a two part interview with SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin, AI hype and sensationalism comes under scrutiny.
At Couchbase Connect, I heard the inspiring story of AEDES – and how they partnered with Couchbase to build CERHIS, a mobile hospital information system that could change healthcare in central Africa.