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IoT interview series P.3 – Daniel Andersson

At Scionova, we strive to make the world a little bit better. But what does that mean in practice? To give you an insight into our daily work, we have performed an interview series asking our consultants about their experiences within IoT. What does cloud developer Daniel Andersson work with in his current assignment? Continue […]

IoT interview series P.2 – Joakim Ceder

At Scionova, we strive to make the world a little bit better. But what does that mean in practice? To give you an insight into our daily work, we have performed an interview series asking our consultants about their experiences within IoT.  Find out below what Joakim Ceder, senior consultant and co-founder of Scionova, has […]

IoT interview series P.1 – Peter Fredriksson

At Scionova, we strive to make the world a little bit better. But what does that mean in practice? To give you an insight into our daily work, we have performed an interview series asking our consultants about their experiences within IoT. First out is Peter Fredriksson, senior consultant and co-founder of Scionova. Here is […]

Adding ITS-JIRA to Gerrit [WALKTHROUGH]

its-jira is a Gerrit plugin to automatically interact with Jira when actions are taken in Gerrit. It is one of many plugins in a family that essentially does the same but for different issue ticket systems (ITS). There are similar plugins for Bugzilla, Github, IBM RTC, Storyboard etc. Basic actions include: Commenting on tickets/stories when […]

Bluetooth Low Energy Audio

In this blogpost I will give a brief overview of the new Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) Audio features enabled by the recently released Bluetooth 5.2 Core Specification. Previous BLE blog posts We have previously written two blogposts containing information about BLE and the use cases enabled by it. Go read them to get the background […]

An Introduction to AWS Cloud Development

My experience from Cloud Development Roughly one year ago I began developing in AWS (Amazon Web Services). I could then immediately see what all the buzz was about. AWS, and other Cloud platform providers (Azure, GCP etc.), supplies an immense amount of services. These services include both managed and unmanaged, from completely serverless to a […]

Debug your way to understanding

If it’s not already, this blogpost will give you some practical tips on how to make your debugger your best friend. If you are new on the job and thrown into a big legacy system, it can sometimes be really difficult to understand the flow of the code. Even when you are familiar with the […]

IoT… as a Business Approach.

We are living in a turbulent world where competition is becoming hyperturbulent. New and existing companies must take the job seriously of continually initiating and adjusting to the new Industry 4.0. Internet of Things (IoT) technology is causing an immense disruption across many industries with the pace of change increasing every day. However not everything […]

Why not not Modern CMake

Lately I have worked a lot with the build framework/system in the project of my current assignment in automotive. Doing so I have noticed the benefit of writing CMake conforming with what is called ‘Modern CMake’, or rather the draw backs of not doing it. Therefore, I’d like to take the opportunity to share my […]

DevOps and SRE: Where do you draw the line?

As customers expectations for application performance are high, in most of case development team spends most of the time and efforts building valuable new systems. The delivering teams are under pressure to maintain the stability and reliability of the business systems. This scenario has created an adaptation for DevOps and SREs as a formal practice […]