‘Technology first’ is, at first glance, a tempting proposition. Who wouldn’t want to be at the forefront of digital development? But it has some troublesome connotations that businesses need to be aware of.
In a previous blog post, I talked about the awesomeness of AppVeyor. Since then, AppVeyor has become a key part of everyday development at Razor, so I’d like share a few techy tips and tricks we’ve learnt along the way…
Having previously shared her own personal experience of doing daily meditation and what the benefits are, in part two of this series, Sammi Walters shares the meditation sessions we did at Razor and what the results were. Razor is a tech company and a family so we always want to look after everyone's wellbeing.
To give some background to the first of this two part series, I have been meditating almost daily for the past six months or so. I originally decided to give it a go just as a way to relax but, I have found that it has provided me with a lot more than that, and I now consider meditating as important to my daily routine as brushing my teeth, if not more so.
The second part in a series. How easy is it to design behaviour, can it actually be done?
Businesses shouldn’t wait until peak periods to assess whether their website, infrastructure and supply chain systems are functional enough for busy times.
The first part in a series. What is a behaviour and how can it be broken into component parts? Can behaviour be designed?
A number of different solutions to the cross-platform problem have presented themselves over the years, and at Razor we're 99% sure we've tried all of them. None of them are without their trade-offs, but within the last two years we believe an optimum solution has presented itself. That solution is Xamarin and we're really excited to be building apps with it and by what it can enable our clients to do.