Wondered why we have been so quiet?
Well the reason is simple. We have been blogging elsewhere! You can find our latest blogs here on Medium
My first steps in Java Spring. I spent my first NCR Edinburgh training days to have a jump start in Java Spring in order to learn more on this topic and be able to handle related tasks on my team.
Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is an XML-based open standard for structuring and publishing technical documentation. It is a popular standard for creating topic-based minimalist documentation sets with the goal of delivering what customers actually need to know, when they need to know it. However, DITA is also known for being restrictive and best suited to highly structured products. Could it really be useful for an evolving software product, developed in an Agile environment?
The methodology of "Twelve Factor Applications" - built to be innately deployable, scaleable and maintainable in Cloud environments, works well with the Spring Cloud Framework.