Measuring The Impact Of Software Craft

It is crucial to use a measurement that caters to your target audience, and to be as factual as possible of its impact. Crafters do not care about code quality for the sake of designing beautiful systems; they care about code quality because it helps solve business problems, reduces cost, and enhances the developer experience.

How do we get the business to care about quality? And how do we measure quality?

About the author: Ben Scott, Head of Software Engineering at Ippon

Ben is a craftsman with over a decade of experience designing and delivering software solutions for a multitude of clients. He is passionate about Agile development and at aligning business with tech to ensure we built the right solution at the right scale. His clients include startups to Fortune 100 companies. He is a passionate mentor, a leader and a conference speaker.

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Success story 11/17/2021

Wealth Management FinTech

Ippon was engaged to help integrate a Wealth Management FinTech into one of our main customers in the finance industry. The primary goal was to increase security and automate the creation of users by integrating this new application into the company’s Single Sign-On (SSO). Ippon worked as a team of three developers closely with their architecture team to deliver this over 4 months.

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Articles 10/05/2021

Jenkins vs. AWS CodePipeline

If you have worked with CI/CD, chances are you have used the likes of Jenkins, GitLab, GitHub Actions, etc. One service I don’t often hear folks talk about is AWS CodePipeline. In this blog, we will make some comparisons between Jenkins and AWS CodePipeline, and see if perhaps it’s time for you to make the switch on your projects.

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Richmond Heritage: A Story of Paying it Forward

It is the story of my experience with Ippon Technologies, partnering with Richmond Heritage to lend Product and Technical expertise, to help this legacy survive and keep paying it forward.

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