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A look into our GraphQL hackathon
originally posted on Optis

Once upon a time, our colleague Kenneth had an idea… an idea to try out GraphQL in a hackathon, and thus, Whats’Optis was born…

Advanced React Patterns
originally posted on Optis

This year at React Amsterdam I had the opportunity to follow the advanced react workshop by Kent C. Dodds. In this post I will attempt to…

How and why I write blogposts
originally posted on Optis

The past, present and future of me writing blogposts about software development.

Writing a Java HTTP client with Feign
originally posted on Optis

Feign is a framework developed by Netflix that let’s you bind your Java to a HTTP client very quick and easy.

Progressive web apps with Angular CLI
originally posted on Optis

If you’re into web development and you haven’t been living under a rock for the past 2 years, then you might have heard about PWA’s, short…

Exploring GraphQL
originally posted on Optis

If you’ve been working on web applications recently, you probably heard the word “GraphQL” a few times already. If you don’t know what it…

Reactive programming with Spring boot 2
originally posted on Optis

Last month, Spring boot 2 was released, and with it, we now have access to many new features such as Spring 5, Java 9 support and many…

Memories of a React festival
originally posted on Optis

It’s that time of the year again, conference time! Or it was anyway.

Spring @ Devoxx
originally posted on Optis

It’s halfway autumn again, which means that it was time for Devoxx Belgium! As usual, there were several interesting talks, related to…

Working with microservices
originally posted on Optis

Microservices, you’ve heard about them, you may have seen them, but what are they? Well, they are two things, they are micro and they are a…

How to talk with humans? A story about Voice User Interfaces (VUI)
originally posted on Craftworkz

Beginner’s guide to Craft CMS (part 1)
originally posted on Craftworkz

tl;dr — your first website build with Craft CMS with a local setup and a deployed application.

Integrate Oswald with Google Assistant to create a powerful voice assistant
originally posted on Craftworkz

Controlling an interface with your brain
originally posted on Craftworkz

Intelligent automation: when RPA meets AI
originally posted on Craftworkz

Changing the browser URL without reloading the page
originally posted on Craftworkz

e.g. To keep the filters on a web page when the browser reloads is easy to accomplish with the browsers history API.

Making my Case for “One Attribute, One Line” in HTML
originally posted on Craftworkz

Imagine: It’s a beautiful, sunny Friday afternoon.

Why a prototyping company uses Design Sprints
originally posted on Craftworkz

Wouldn’t it be obvious for a prototyping company to use Design Sprints? After all, the goal of a Design Sprint is to create a prototype…

Google Cloud Next ’18 London — It’s serverless all the way
originally posted on Craftworkz

Story by Dries De Rydt and Matteus Deloge about their experiences and takeaways about Google Cloud Next ’18 in London

On invisibility and flying cars
originally posted on Craftworkz

Last Sunday, I had the privilege of being asked to man our very own Craftworkz booth at the Tech Fair of SuperNova, a “one-of-a-kind event…

Blockchain for Safe Medicine Provision and Usage
originally posted on TheLedger

The Development of HealthChain
originally posted on TheLedger

Decentralised Storage and Access to Medical Survey Data

Using Linux in a modern .NET world
originally posted on TheLedger

From fresh OS to dotnet development

Smart cargo insurance — Solution for the Odyssey hackathon 2019
originally posted on TheLedger

Improve the process of insurance by giving risk-mitigating advice and tracking liability through carrier using blockchain technology.

Odyssey hackathon 2019 —  Short recap
originally posted on TheLedger

Short recap of our second time attending the Odyssey hackathon.

About multi-value return statements
originally posted on TheLedger

This post will focus on the concept of multi-value return statements, compared between the languages Golang, C# and TypeScript.

Deploying test environments with Azure DevOps, EKS and ExternalDNS
originally posted on TheLedger

Fitting the pieces together…

PharmaChain: Proof-of-Concept
originally posted on TheLedger

A collaboration for clinical trials on the blockchain between Boehringer Ingelheim and TheLedger

Real-time connected container tracking at the chainport hackathon
originally posted on TheLedger

Connecting a container with IoT, AI, and Blockchain through a collaboration between Innovation Unplugged, Craftworkz and TheLedger

Eliminating Paper — Contract Management
originally posted on TheLedger

Technology is continuously improving legal processes. It is easing the burden of administration, improving communication and making the…

Integrating source control in UiPath
originally posted on Roborana

Are you tired of looking for the latest robot version or asking your colleagues for the latest version of theirs? Are you tired of digging…

We are excited to present that RoboRana is now a UiPath Gold Partner, the leading Global RPA…
originally posted on Roborana

The Gold Partner status is a global quality label granted by UiPath recognizing RoboRana’s skills and capabilities delivering UiPath’s…

HOW TO TRANSFORM FINANCE WITH INTELLIGENT RPA
originally posted on Roborana

First of all, does this sounds familiar to you?

The 5 P’s of Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
originally posted on Roborana

RPA is a hot topic: the technology is rapidly gaining popularity; every company wants to adopt the technology and see fast return on…

Women in Tech @ RoboRana
originally posted on Roborana

IT has been a strictly male world for many years, and recent numbers suggest only 20% of tech jobs are held by women. Luckily, times are…

Bots building bots
originally posted on Roborana

At RoboRana we are convinced of the value RPA technology can bring. We see daily how organisations are transformed…

RPA and Natural Language Processing
originally posted on Roborana

For this case, we decided it was time to have a look at Natural Language Processing, and find out where it could assist our RPA processes…

Mitigating the impact of GDPR with RPA
originally posted on Roborana

May 25th... The day that the new GDPR legislation comes into place. Should we be afraid of the possible impacts on our organizations…

RPA streamlines invoicing in SAP
originally posted on Roborana

Robotics Process Automation (RPA) helps organizations to automate slow repetitive processes and tedious business tasks. In this way, RPA…

My internship at Roborana
originally posted on Roborana

My first insights into Robotics Process Automation (RPA) and the dynamic team behind Roborana.

My visit to Think2019.
originally posted on Integration Designers

Impressions and interesting stuff from the IBM Think conference related to my job and interest: integration, API’s, gateways, messaging…

Visiting IBM Think 2018
originally posted on Integration Designers

I decided to attend the IBM Think 2018 conference in Las Vegas. It was the first time that IBM brought all of its big conference together…

Think 2018
originally posted on Integration Designers

Last Sunday Think 2018 started. Think is IBM’s largest conference. On this conference some new exciting developments were announced in our…

XSD Visualisation Part 1
originally posted on Integration Designers

By Niki Heyligen

IBM Watson Customer Engagement
originally posted on Integration Designers

A few weeks ago, I attended a big IBM training event about IBM’s e-commerce offering. During the conference, a new brand name was released…

A message about IBM Messaging
originally posted on Integration Designers

During my 4 days stay in Madrid at the IBM technical conference, I attended some interesting sessions about one of my favorite topics…

Blog kick-off
originally posted on Integration Designers

On July 1st, Integration Designers was launched within the Belgian Cronos group. Integration Designers focuses on integration projects…