Put down the feature.
- 30 April 2020
- Jon Wellman
When you first start a software project your initial instinct is likely to be that it should be kept small. Just the critical stuff. Nice and lean. Somewhere along the way, you may stray from your intuition and start to add more features. A billing system here, a little automation there. Like being on a diet, ‘just one more’ never seems to hurt. Unfortunately, it can be catastrophic to project success. View Post
Offsetting 2019 to make 2020 better
Vokke is fundamentally committed to improving, offsetting and limiting the impact that the company has on the environment. For this reason, Vokke has engaged with an award-winning carbon solution provider to offset the majority of the carbon emissions we produced in 2019. We’ve achieved this by planting 200 native trees in Western Australia, offsetting roughly 20 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2-e) emissions. This is a tangible way to make a difference, and an action that will last into future generations. View Post
Internship for Melbourne University is open
The purpose of this intership is to get first hand experience in the process of creating robust, business critical software, with a strong emphasis on software testing and quality control. We are looking for an individual who is passionate about information technology and software development, has a deep desire to innovate and learn, and who values industry experience and a hands-on approach to learning. Successful interns will be treated as a full member of the team, and will be involved in all business processes that our full-time team members participate in. View Post