Category – Learning
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RReact & JavaScript Workshop

2019-02-086 Min Read — In Learning

This is a short summery about the engineering workshop in UiT university. Motivation We, at Telia, are encouraged to share our knowledge and contribute to the community. One of the main contributions we believe in is to help students find their…

TToday we write the legacy code of tomorrow

2016-07-203 Min Read — In Learning

Our code is a mess. And that is the way it should be. No matter how good code we write today, it will need to be fixed tomorrow. Our understanding of the business domain evolves, the business processes and needs themselves evolve, the technical tools…

WWhy we practice fronted-first design (instead of API-first)

2015-12-051 Min Read — In Learning

Alex has introduced us to the idea of front-end first design: You start by creating the front-end (browser) code. As you discover data or API calls that you need, you mock them. When the UI stabilizes, you use the mocked APIs and data to create the…

MMoving Too Fast For UX? Genuine Needs, Wrong Solutions

2015-11-121 Min Read — In Learning

Our UX designer and interaction specialist – a wonderful guy – has shocked us today by telling us that we (the developers) are moving too fast. He needs more time to do proper user experience and interface design – talk to real users, collect…

NNettbutikk: The No Status Standup Experiment

2015-11-011 Min Read — In Learning

A part of the series Nettbutikk Team's Experiences and Experiments The Nettbutikk team likes to challenge all established truths. Jakob Lind has come with with an excellent question: do we need standups? Do we all need to stand in front of our…

UUpgrade or not to upgrade? The eternal dilemma

2015-10-202 Min Read — In Learning

A part of the series Nettbutikk Team's Experiences and Experiments Handling dependencies is one of important challenges in any software project - and especially in the fast-moving JavaScript world. Our Nettbutikk team just had a heated discussion…

AAfternoon Hack

2015-10-194 Min Read — In Learning

A few thursdays ago we arranged our very first hack day at Telia. The event was attended by 15 people, forming 5 different teams. Snacks and drinks were on the house. Pizza was served to the hungry late stayers. But most importantly: During the day…