How low code development helps your business

Low code development platforms make building applications quick and easy enough that even people without any coding knowledge can do it. By Ben Cilliers, applications development manager at IndigoCube They also make deploying to multiple platforms, such as tablets,...

What’s the buzz with enterprise architecture as a service

CIOs today are faced with a dizzying array of enterprise technology services, and while it’s never been easier to purchase new tools, it’s also never been so important to guide these purchases with a bigger architectural strategy. By Sumit Kumar Sharma,...

How to get customers to use your mobile app

Speaking ahead of the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo in Cape Town in September, Gartner research vice-president Olive Huang looks at how companies struggling to get customers to engage with their mobile apps should rethink their mobile customer experience (CX) strategy....

Get your software testing ducks in a row

One of the most significant and common issues I’ve noticed with recent test automation projects is environment preparation – or rather lack thereof. By Mario Matthee, head: SQA architecture and R&D at DVT Too many companies seem to want to jump into...

Is Kubernetes a must-have skill in 2018?

Open-source technology such as Kubernetes is emerging as the standard for many companies building applications on public clouds – with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Oracle and IBM among the leaders supporting this technology. Dieter Rosch, a BBD executive, explains...

Project management skills for app development

It is no surprise that the mobile app sector is predicted to continue booming. Globally, 197-billion apps were downloaded in 2017 and by 2021, the number is predicted to reach 353-billion. It’s an exciting sector, full of promise according to Cassie Lessing,...