ValueBlogging

As engineers, we build the bridge between business and technology. On this blog, we want to share our knowledge and passion for coding and tell you more about our approach to business and our projects.

Blog posts

Must security tests always be expensive?

by Daniel Sitek

Security tests are among the most difficult to perform. Managers are often put off by the idea that the costs outweigh the benefits. Let’s think about how to reduce their costs and avoid spectacular security issues at the end of product development.

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Software tester vs Quality Engineer

by Daniel Sitek

Once upon a time, the role of a tester in a product team was limited. With the rise of agile methods, positions and workflow have been redefined. We still need a dedicated quality checker… but it’s not your good old last-minute tester.

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Frontend state management with Redux

by Tomasz Świstak

Redux is a popular library for JavaScript state management. It provides clean architecture, modularity, and excellent community support. In this post we explain more about its architecture, advantages, disadvantages and alternatives.

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AWS CodePipeline in Movello project

by Piotr Dawidiuk

In this post we explain more about a CI/CD service called AWS Pipeline. AWS CodePipeline is a response for those who would like to model, visualize and integrate more or less complicated building and deployment processes. From our perspective, that was a natural choice as the application is fully running in the cloud.

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Digital transformation in the printing inks industry

by ValueLogic Team

In 2017, we began creating a completely new digital product for Germany’s largest ink manufacturer, Siegwerk Druckfarben AG & Co.KGaA. We talked to Kai Limbach, Project Manager Digitalization at Siegwerk, about the general idea of the service, the challenge, the solution, and the value to both the company and its customers.

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Will a safe future mean more touch-free technology?

by ValueLogic Team

As touching any surface that can otherwise be avoided is now highly undesirable, we gain a different perspective on touchless technologies. They existed before the pandemic, of course, but we only considered them to be a matter of convenience, not health and safety.

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Proxy patterns in migration projects

by Krzysztof Folwarczny

Migrating a currently working system into a new one, that fulfills all the requirements of the old one is demanding. I would like to describe a way of handling this situation with the introduction of a new component based on a known design pattern.

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