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The Football App story at DXC

The DXC development team of the German Application Services department came up with the idea, to contribute to the 2018 Football World Cup fever...

The Human Factor in the World of Code

If, as in my particular case, you switch to IT as the marketing director of a leading global branded goods company, then it's like...

Come Work in the Future

What do you get when crossing a bear’s resilience with the elegance of an elf? An ability to work hard while remaining classy. And this...

5 Key Takeaways From the 2018 Stack Overflow Developer Survey

This past March, Stack Overflow released the results from its 2018 Developer Survey. Over 100,000 developers took the 30-minute survey and responded to questions...

When to use Serverless? When to use Kubernetes?

Kubernetes and Serverless are currently the two most popular computing options to build modern cloud-native applications. Both options have pros and cons and it depends on your needs which option you should choose. This article describes when to use Serverless and when to use Kubernetes.

Predictive Maintenance for Rail Vehicles

The path to predictive maintenance is - as it turns out - much longer than expected and more intensive than some people would wish and yet now is the right time to begin.

What they never told you about GDPR for Developers

Everybody is talking about GDPR, and many big companies are frantically trying to reach compliance. But what is GDPR anyway, and how does it...

Helix Nebula Science Cloud – Exoscale will provide up to 10.000 CPUs and 1 PB of storage

The vast amount of data necessary for scientific research pose great challenges in the fields of data ingestion, management, and processing. Over the coming 10-15 years, these challenges will grow exponentially. Europe is no stranger to these challenges, prompting the European Commission, in April this year, to launch the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). The vision of the EOSC is to offer Europe’s 1.7 million researchers and 70 million science and technology professionals a virtual environment with open and seamless services for storage, management, analysis, and re-use of research data across borders and scientific disciplines.