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Do you have a box of leftovers at home? A box where you don't know exactly what's in it. It could contain anything. If you're looking for something, then definitely have a look in this box. In our repos you will occasionally find boxes with names like "Common" or "Shared". This blog post explains how to sort them correctly.

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Software Development

Blazor is a .NET front-end framework for creating an interactive web UI with C# and not JavaScript. This offers many advantages, such as being able to share code between the back-end and front-end. With Blazor, you no longer have to use two different languages, JavaScript for the frontend and C# for the backend. This makes it easier to reuse code and write consistent applications in a familiar language environment. In addition, many errors can be resolved at compile time and no longer occur dynamically at application runtime, as was the case in JavaScript.

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Software Development

05.02.2024 By Bjarki Sigurðsson

The past, present and future of Next.js

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Next.js has been the #1 React framework for several years. The new App Router introduces some fundamental changes which may put the framework’s leading position at risk. In this post, we share our initial experience from an ambitious e-commerce project with one of our customers.

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Methodology

Artificial intelligence is becoming an increasingly important tool, also in software development. AI-supported coding assistants are now so advanced that they can not only perform simple coding tasks, but can also help solve complex programming problems. In this blog post, I will present GitHub Copilot, Amazon CodeWhisperer and a variety of open-source alternatives as prime examples of coding assistants and compare their relevant strengths and weaknesses

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Methodology

Sustainable IT is a question of software quality. Excellent software is sustainable and has as little negative impact on preserving a habitable environment as possible. In this blog post, we will look at what sustainability as a testable requirement in software quality assurance means and how we implement it.

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Methodology

25.07.2023 By Marc Mezger and Moritz Momper

The best Visual Studio Code extensions for Python developers

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In this blog post, we would like to present the Visual Studio Code extensions that are indispensable in our day-to-day work as experts in the fields of machine learning, data engineering and AI. If you do not have the appropriate extensions, Visual Studio Code would not be a full-fledged integrated development environment (IDE). But with the right ones, you can save yourself a lot of work and become more productive as a developer.

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Methodology

20.04.2023 By Maximilian Röttgen

Getting more story in the user story

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In my view, traditional user stories do not offer the team enough opportunity to stretch their creative legs. I think there are good reasons for writing real stories in backlog items – user experience (UX), customer centricity and, last but not least, motivation. Everyone on the team can identify with a real story – no matter what their role is or what their background is (technical or otherwise). I will explain why in this blog post.

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Methodology

The narrative that sustainability is time-consuming, expensive and contradicts business goals still persists. Critics of regulation in particular stubbornly uphold this dogmatic belief. Therefore, in this blog post, we will take a look at how much truth there is to this and why digital technologies are a decisive factor when it comes to environmental and economic sustainability.

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AI

17.04.2023 By Marc Mezger and Hong Chen

A brief introduction to GPT-4

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In this blog post, we will introduce OpenAI’s latest stroke of genius: GPT-4, the latest and most advanced version of the generative pre-trained transformer language model. With the ability to process both image and text inputs and produce human-like text output, GPT-4 demonstrates human-level performance at various professional and academic benchmarks. Its enhanced reasoning, knowledge storage and coding capabilities make the application a powerful tool for natural language processing tasks. You will find out more about the development and use of this cutting-edge technology in our blog post.

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