Tag: 'Web'

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  • Hacking – good or bad?

    Posted by on September 23, 2016

    To read the full blog with images please visit our website blog The term ‘hack’ has become a bit of a multi-use buzzword. It originally came from a verb meaning “cut with rough or heavy blows” as you would do to chop down a tree. It is now taken to mean anything from malicious programming
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  • What is Quantum Computing – is it anything to worry about?

    Posted by on July 12, 2016

    In this article we will look at the basics of Quantum Computing; what it is, how does it help and what are the risks? Quantum computing owes its roots to the mind-boggling quantum mechanics – the branch of physics that studies what goes on inside atoms. With the enormous potential that quantum physics brings, there
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  • How has Google implemented the right to be forgotten?

    Posted by on May 31, 2016

    In May 2014, the EU Court of Justice handed down a ruling which required Google to introduce a ‘right to be forgotten’ for European search engine users. Two years have now passed since this landmark ruling, so how has Google implemented the right to be forgotten? Right to be forgotten The right to be forgotten
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  • Re-brand for Webigence web development company

    Posted by on February 12, 2016

    As an ASP.NET web development company based in London, we obviously believe the web is an important, growing and ever changing entity so it was about we updated our own website and branding to reflect the clients we work with and the projects we now produce and build. Our in house UI visual creative and
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  • How is Microsoft’s Visual Studio ALM beneficial?

    Posted by on August 3, 2015

    Application Lifecycle is a continuous process of managing the life of an application through governance, development and maintenance. The evolution of ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) tools in the market has been phenomenal. For each specific technology, there exist one or more dedicated ALM tool(s) in the market. Only a few tools offer true support for
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  • Web Development and Web Design: What’s the difference?

    Posted by on June 24, 2015

    When it comes to web development and web design, many people don’t realise quite how big a difference there is between the two. And if building websites is not your business then it’s not really surprising you wouldn’t know the difference, and furthermore many design agencies and development companies now offer both services (even if
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  • Interesting technology to help you in your job

    Posted by on June 3, 2015

    There have been a couple of products that have grabbed our attention recently with the clever use of web technology. ‘Crystal Knows‘ and ‘How Old‘, both of which are in their infancy but will no doubt develop into mighty augmented web tools. I was initially skeptical of Crystal Knows which claims you can type in
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  • Plan your web projects thoroughly and with plenty of time

    Posted by on June 2, 2015

    Planning web projects takes more time than most clients allow for or consider. We often get projects where the client has gone through 6 months of research or design only to leave 4 weeks to actually program the website! We believe this is due to lack of knowledge and understanding in how complicated and time
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  • What developers do (and don’t do)!

    Posted by on March 16, 2015

    A common mistake clients make is thinking the company that builds their website will also do everything else web related for them as well. Whether it be the SEO, web marketing, testing or content editing – and whilst a lot of web based jobs overlap there are clear roles that we should be aware of
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  • F# vs C# – what is this programming key change all about?

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    At Webigence we currently use C# coding for all the programming we do now. C# is the main ASP.NET programming languages and generally regarded one of the best programming languages available. However, we are just getting into using F# to build an app for a client using Xamarin and we are enjoying exploring what it
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