Project Technical Reviews: How Audacia delivers quality software development projects
Each software project at Audacia has a dedicated team that performs the development, testing, and project management required for delivery. This article explores this process in more detail, including how it benefits both the Technical Lead and our clients.
The do's and don'ts of writing unit tests in QA software testing services
We run through Audacia's best practices for writing clear and robust unit tests. What does it mean for a unit test to add value? How should tests be arranged? When should you write them? We answer these questions and more in this article
Using ADRs to document technical decisions in software development projects
At Audacia, we use Architecture Decision Records (ADR) to document potentially significant architectural and technical decisions. This article looks at how we record these decisions at Audacia, and the reasons behind making technical decisions.
Team Stories: Akeel Ahmed, Project Lead
Project Lead, Akeel Ahmed, speaks about his professional background and what brought him to Audacia.
Using Roslyn Analyzers for static code analysis in software development projects
At Audacia we use Roslyn Analyzers to automate some of our code review processes and ensure that we are consistently achieving our coding standards. This article will provide an overview of Roslyn Analyzers, including how to configure these analyzers, as well as looking at how we benefit from these tools at Audacia.
Team Stories: Shazia Babar, Software Engineer
Software Engineer, Shazia Babar discusses her role and why the culture is her favourite part of working at Audacia.
Developing Machine Learning services: An intro to ML.NET
We introduce web framework ML.NET, the functions it performs, and show a simple example of how to use ML.NET to build a Linear Regression model.
Team Stories: Samantha Tate, Project Manager
Samantha Tate shares insights on her role as a Project Manager and the projects she has worked on since starting at Audacia.
Software development projects: Migrating from Blazor Server to Blazor WebAssembly
A walkthrough of our internal project migration from Blazor Server to Blazor WebAssembly.
Controlled Chaos: How to prepare systems for go-live in QA software testing services
At Audacia we have adopted an automation first approach to testing. Saving time on manual testing gave us the opportunity to look at two key areas of non-functional testing; Performance and Security. This article looks at these areas in more detail.