• (Whitepaper) 8 Challenges of Building High Performing Software Engineering Teams

    You can read the whitepaper, 8 Challenges of Building High Performing Software Engineering Teams, here. Delivering software on time is a priority for companies all over the UK.

    By Godel Technologies

    23 March

  • 3 Psychological Limiters For High Performing Engineering Teams

    Diana and Constantine Grishel are Agile Delivery Co-ordinators here at Godel. They are both certified SCRUM experts and have years of management experience, which has equipped them with a perspective on software engineering teams from a psychological perspective. In their respective careers they have experienced many circumstances of how psychological wellbeing impacts software engineering teams. […]

    By by Diana Grishel and Constantine Grishel

    16 March

  • The Future of Mobile

    Siarhei, in January 2020 you shared your thoughts about what was to come in the mobile technology space throughout the year ahead. How do you feel about this now, looking back on last year’s actual timeline? I think any prediction made early last year has to be taken with a pinch of salt – nobody […]

    By Siarhei Adamenia, Head of Mobile

    17 February

  • Why Data Engineering is “a marathon, and not a sprint”.

    It isn’t easy to summarise the complex and rewarding job of a Data Engineer and the way they affect so many lives, so we spoke with Valiantsin Shkvarko, Lead Software Engineer at Godel, who provides an insight into his role, and explains why he loves it so much…

    By Valentin Shvarko, Lead Software Engineer, Godel Technologies.

    29 January

  • Tech Excellence: Building A Microservices Product in 6 Months

    Building a software product from scratch takes a lot of technical and business knowledge from everybody with a stake in the product’s success. It’s a considerable challenge when the product is internal – but when it needs to be a high-usage platform which must also be integrated with various third-party systems, the complexity becomes formidable. […]

    By Dzmitry Viaroukin and Jorge Garcia de Bustos

    18 January

  • AWS Optimisation

    Recently we wrote an article about some of the best and simplest ways to reduce cloud spending – you can read it here. Our software engineering teams that work on cloud-based architectures strive to apply measures that cut spending without damaging performance. One case was particularly effective – a Godel data engineering team has applied […]

    By Andrey Anshin, Lead Software Engineer and Siarhei Oshyn, Head of Data

    6 January

  • Godel JavaScript Engineers Build Open Source Coding Game

    Godel’s software engineering divisions has been running technology education meetups for a long time, sharing experiences and lessons that everyone can learn from. One of these events in particular led to an impressive result, delivered by Godel software engineers Angelina Panteley and Lada Hardziyenkava.

    By Angelina Panteley and Lada Hardziyenkava, Full Stack Software Engineers

    4 December

  • System Thinking

    In order to understand what system thinking is, and how it can help development teams, we must first understand systems themselves: what they are, the problems they can have, and how different team members might interact with them. The ‘system thinking perspective’, explains that because of their different points of view, each stakeholder involved in […]

    By Dzmitry Trafimau, Lead Software Engineer

    2 December

  • Getting ready to release a software product.

    For product development teams, there are a set of useful tips which can be treated as a checklist to follow, which will help to release a product successfully and effortlessly. Preparation is key in doing so; being ready for mishaps, and having means of communication in place which will help ensure transparency throughout the release […]

    By Iryna Shuppo, Sr. Agile Delivery Coordinator & Tatsiana Lisouskaya, Lead QA Engineer

    30 November

  • The Cost of a System Architecture Mistake

    When it comes to system architecture, one of the first considerations teams will face are the system requirements. They can be split into two categories. Functional requirements are those surrounding customer needs – for example, what areas of the system does this user group need access to? Then non-functional requirements are focused on the system. […]

    By Artsiom Ladzik, Lead Software Engineer (.NET)

    20 November

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