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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

It has been an exciting few months in the industry. I was given so many opportunities that I was unlikely to experience whilst studying at university. Being onsite with a…

Ste Griffiths 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…

Dominic Bisset 22/02/2018

Thoughts from SQLBits

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…

Kathryn Todd 16/02/2018

SQLBits 2017: A Look Back

This time next week Dominic & I will be absorbing the latest in data development at SQLBits in London.  Last year I went with the aim of improving my understanding an…

Tom French 09/02/2018

Top Features From My First Adventure With Angular

As an intern who had just joined Village Software, I initially had no experience with the Angular framework. I had built some simple websites in the past using HTML, CSS …

Michael Banner 02/02/2018

Challenging Ideas, Sparking Innovation

Software development and user interface design, like most disciplines, requires individuals to make progress by stretching the current realms of knowledge or expectation.…