Front End Quality in an interactive-heavy application
In this episode, we show a little of our front-end love. And our love for testing and enjoying the quality of a good front-end. It was time for that because the last time we talked about front end related stuff was quit some episodes ago.
Spaces Talk #5: Super Mario’s Dive Through The Gitlab Pipelines
Spaces Summit is our annual internal bol. com conference for IT, by IT, and friends: Two fun days of inspiration, knowledge sharing, bragging, and community. This year, our 4th edition, was our first digital version of the summit.
Creating a paradigm shift for bol.com marketing attribution
This year at Spaces Summit, the bol. com annual internal IT conference, I presented a talk about the work our team, Team SmartAds, has been doing in creating a new marketing attribution truth for our platform.
About the talk
How do we verify that we are using our marketing budget effectively?As bol.
Spaces Talk #4: From prototype to production. A real-life cloud story.
This year the bol. com Spaces Summit was held virtually and Anastasija and myself, Quiran Storey, presented a talk on a topic that is close to our daily work "From prototype to production. A real-life cloud story.
Spaces Talk #2: Introduction to Sociotechnical Architecture
I’ve had the great pleasure of giving a talk at the Spaces Summit 2020, the internal bol. com Tech conference.
About the talk
Maximizing the impact of our products is more than just thinking about their technical architecture.
During the spaces summit this year, I did a talk on “Chaos Engineering: Why we should embrace chaos”.
I've been working as a software developer since 2008 and have been at bol. com since 2016.
We can imagine that at a regular company your colleagues might become very nervous when you worsen the frontend performance by more than a second on the onload, just before the peak season. In this story we'd like to...
Utrecht JUG - Test Architectures & Hacking into Java web apps
We take a sneak peek into the Utrecht JAVA User Group (JUG) Meetup next week, February 24th. Topics will be: are End-to-End test architectures a Dead End road? And there will be some live hacking: Breaking into your Java web app. This will really give a feel for the importance of security.