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Lance Edusei 27/04/2018

Navigating the Evolving Web - Part I

In the beginning, the web was ... relatively simple. A site had text and pictures and links to other sites with more text and more pictures. And it was good. Over time, …

Dominic Bisset 23/04/2018

Data Quest Round Up

The first ever Village Data Quest is complete! Data Quest is a programming competition conceived by the Business Intelligence team here at Village, aimed at raising the …

Graham James 19/04/2018

Village attend MACH 2018 with Differentia Consulting

Together with our strategic alliance partner, Differentia Consulting, Village Software exhibited at MACH 2018 at the NEC in Birmingham, the UK’s premier manufacturing tec…

Kaja Chłostowska 06/04/2018

Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Xamarin

In my last post, I wrote about different approaches to mobile development and why cross-platform development should be a preferred approach for those who want their apps …

Kaja Chłostowska 16/03/2018

Introduction to Cross-Platform Mobile Development

Smartphones nowadays come in all shapes and sizes, but the differences do not end there. When you think about developing a mobile app, it is important to consider differe…

Johnny Read 09/03/2018

Introducing: The Village Data Quest

We have been planning the Village Data Quest, a BI puzzle to talent spot the upcoming talent in business intelligence. Under our Data Quest Moto 'Habeo Omnes Oves' (if yo…

Aynes Bekir 09/03/2018

Eight Months in the Industry: My Placement Experience So Far

When applying for a placement, little did I know about working full-time in a professional setting. Moreover, I did not anticipate that it would be so exciting, challengi…

02/03/2018

Flexing Service-Oriented Architecture on the small scale

Service-oriented Architecture (SOA) is a growing trend in software development, and it means advocating for lots of small components, normally across distributed systems,…

Dominic Bisset 26/02/2018

Thoughts from SQLBits Day 2

SQL is a declarative language: you say what you want, and the tool itself decides how to achieve that goal.  It’s a programming paradigm that I enjoy.  I can focus on the…