Let’s take a look into some of the factors that can influence a team, and what changes can be made to help a team achieve ownership.
Software engineers have turned to event-driven architectures (EDA) as a game-changing paradigm to deliver updates at speed and scale.
While periods of decline are a normal part of the economic cycle, there’s no denying the pressure it puts on organisations, both big and small. Yet, there are still ways organisations can adapt, disrupt and outperform during an economic slowdown.
The frontend is even more complex these days, with frameworks blurring the line between frontend and backend, and some with no backend at all – this blog post is based on my own experiences and what I’ve found useful for me.
Device and firmware encryption can be extremely valuable, it also comes with significant associated costs. Here is a break down of the different stages of locking down a system.
Firstly you need to evaluate individual skills and expertise. Then it’s about considering their experience, reputation and past performance.
OTA is an important part of the IoT ecosystem. Without it, there is no feasible means to upgrade firmware when flaws or bugs are discovered.
Ever wanted to know what daily life in a tech consultancy looks like? In our latest blog series, we chat with Aston Yao, Software Engineer at DiUS about his role and what it’s like to experience DiUS.
From foundation and large language models to prompt engineering and fine tuning, generative AI has become the talk of the tech town. So, with the recent explosion of AI, are business priorities shifting? And is generative AI the way of the future?
As June marks the start of pride month, a month dedicated to the support of the LGBTIQ+ community and the end of the Stonewall Riots, we’re using this month to celebrate our diverse team here at DiUS and share stories and perspectives from our community.