<div>s as far as the eye can see...
If you’ve ever looked an application’s HTML output, you’re likely quite familiar with this:
Endless tags with cryptic attributes. Looking in, how is it possible to make sense of that image without me telling you what application this is? Imagine working in an application that looks like this. Some of you reading this may already be in that exact environment.
Bucking the trend of Australian companies buying into New Zealand, New Zealand web and app company Rabid Technologies has acquired Squareweave, a strategic design and web development agency based in Melbourne. The new trans-Tasman company will...
I learned, if you make a meetup group, they will sign up and show up…as 28 women came to our first Wāhine in Tech meeting.
So how did we start this?
In March 2018, I joined the team at Rabid Tech and when asked to contribute a blog, I wondered what I could share with readers that might help them better understand life as a junior developer. There is plenty already written – guides, forums,...
Keeping your Rails applications up to date with the latest version of Rails and its supporting gems is best done in small increments, and frequently.
In the real world, you might be asked to upgrade a Rails app by two major versions. There are...
Last week I attended the Fintech Festival in Singapore. With over 25,000 attendees, it’s one of the largest financial technology events in the world, bringing together an impressive cross-section of enterprise, startups, and government. With...
This post is a bit of a geeky one - I hope it’ll be useful for you, even if you haven’t used AWS yet. This isn’t a technical deep dive post, but I hope I can sell you on the idea of adding reporting to your backups and tempt you to look at...
Having recently come back from #AgileAus, I have been thinking about what I learnt and what actions I can take. It was a great conference, held in June at the Sydney Hilton with over 1,200 Agilists attending. A nice surprise to see a large presence from some big banks and insurance companies who are newly implementing Agile. It was wonderful to have access to so many international speakers over a pretty intensive two day programme. I’ve been reviewing my notes in preparation for this blog, and there are some clear themes emerging: behaviour change, agile leadership and continuous learning.
The points don’t matter; if it sounds like a line from Whose Line Is It Anyway? that’s because it is.
When it comes to our Agile process, there’s one thing that is quite often misunderstood by everyone in the room: sizing.
Over the years, I’ve...
Rabid has been appointed as a supplier on the All of Government Web Services panel! We’re of course delighted.
The panel offers a range of services, and we are included in:
- User Insight
- Visual Design
- Front-end Development
- Back-end Development