A developer’s perspective on Google’s Core Web Vitals
Our own Bradley gives his perspective on best practices to ensure your site scores well in Google’s Core Web Vitals.
Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) – an introduction
Our AI team presents a popular unsupervised machine learning technique that aims at extracting relevant topics from large sets of documents, Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA).
Our own Bradley covers all aspects of software testing, focusing on unexpected inputs, security, developer falsehoods, browser support and accessibility.
The benefits of BDD and E2E testing with Cypress
During lockdown, our own Sam presented the benefits of Behaviour-Driven-Development and End-to-End testing using Cypress to the team and answered questions on the topic. Have a look below.
Making a multiplayer web game with Socket IO
Before the lockdown, David presented to the team how he has used WebSockets for his multiplayer web game. Find out how.
The near-duplicates problem and novelty detection by fruit flies
Learn from a fruit fly how to spot near-duplicates in your database. Our CTO, Cristiano, explains how.
If you are interested, have a look at the original fly Bloom filter paper by Dasgupta, Sheehan, Stevens and Navlakha.
An intro to TypeScript
An introduction to Netlify
Watch Bradley give the team an introduction to Netlify, Netlify CMS, and 11ty, some new web technologies that are gaining in popularity.
History and evolution of Acid House
We don’t just know a lot about software development. Our in-house (electronic) music expert, co-founder Dan Murray, was asked to give us some insights into Acid House. Here is what he had to say.
Networking – tips for developers
Our co-founder, John, was asked to provide some tips for the team to improve their networking skills and abilities. So he presented what he has learned over time.
Our CTO, Cristiano, speaks at the Barclays Eagle Lab’s first AI event in Brighton yesterday, trying to de-mystify AI for the audience.
AI versus dualism
This week our philosopher-in-residence Dan C explains what he has learnt from playing with robots. With the obvious philosophical substantiation.