Team Stories: Cameran Pullan, Senior Test Engineer
Insights from Senior Test Engineer Cameran Pullan about a career in software testing and the importance of collaboration at Audacia.
EF Core 6.0 compiled models in software development: Performance review
With Microsoft's fifth preview of Entity Framework Core 6.0 released last year, Compiled Models were introduced for the first time. Here we explore this feature in more detail and evaluate its benefits via our own investigation, which draws on a database from one of our existing projects.
What Blockchain can do for businesses globally
We investigate the transformative potential of blockchain technology and look at some use cases across industries.
Exploring the possibilities of Infrastructure as Code in software development projects
Infrastructure as code (IaC) is the managing and provisioning of infrastructure through code instead of manual processes. This article explores some of its benefits, use cases and how we are implementing this concept into our work at Audacia.
A Week in The Life: Melanie Hanson, Associate Software Tester
Melanie Hanson is an associate software tester at Audacia. Following a conversation about Mel's career journey, we give an insight into what a software tester's role entails on a weekly basis.
Code review in software development projects: Our guidelines
At Audacia, all code is reviewed by at least one other person before it goes through any other form of testing. It is the first quality gate at which potential issues can be raised and addressed. Here we discuss some of the best practices for code reviews.
Team Stories: Melanie Hanson, Test Engineer
In our latest Team Story, Melanie Hanson gives an insight to her role as a test engineer and the projects she has worked on since beginning her career at Audacia.
Natural Language Processing with Microsoft LUIS - How to consume your published model (part 2 of 2)
In part 1, Audacia's technical director Philip Rashleigh built, tested and published a model within Microsoft LUIS. Here he shows you how to consume this new RESTful API, as well as building a simple web application which can consume it.
Natural Language Processing with Microsoft LUIS - How to build, train and publish your model (part 1 of 2)
In part one of this two-part series, Audacia’s Technical Director, Philip Rashleigh, gives an overview of how Microsoft LUIS can be used to create a natural language processing model.
Team Stories: Esme Lawrence, Software Engineer
Esme Lawrence, Software Engineer at Audacia, discusses her role, the types of projects she works on and what is her favourite part of working at Audacia.