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The knowledge based company within software
We help companies and start-ups with complex software projects and develop tomorrow's software courses.
What can we do for you?
Do you need help to develop or scale your system? The Edument team includes architects and developers with a specialization in programming
Do you want to broaden or deepen your knowledge of a framework or a new programming language?
Do you have a business idea or product but lack the technical skills, capital or business strategy needed to realise and scale up an exciting product? We can help!
Are you our next problem-solver?
We are looking for unpretentious, experienced developers for our team. Do you have a passionate relationship with programming, a thirst for knowledge and a desire to develop?
Then you can be the right person for us!
Custom game engines and why they (don’t) suck
This webinar covers the broad strokes of the game engine’s architecture; what goes into creating a game engine? How do you port it to different hardware? How do you make sure it can be ported when you don’t even know which hardware you’re going to target?
You practice <insert methodology here>, but are you agile?
Almost everyone claims to be agile. Some "in their way", others more formally as part of a framework. While agile is served as the panacea to all problems, this article is not about enumerating the different ways it has been butchered. Instead, we will focus on why it is difficult to attain what agile development promises.
User experiences with React Suspense
This post introduces React Suspense, a part of React’s upcoming concurrent mode that lets developers declaratively await components and their dependent resources, such as data, code, images and other assets, to load asynchronously before rendering.
PART OF OUR TECHHUB
We are now the lead investor in Anatomic Studios, an innovative company that creates specially designed prostheses within MedTech. We look forward to being a part of Anatomic Studios' journey, full of innovative opportunities.
Comma in 2020: a year in review
Jonathan Worthington takes a glance back in time, and looks at some of the major improvements made to Comma during 2020.
Svelte – a new star on the frontend sky?
.NET 5 Source Generators - MediatR - CQRS - OMG!
In this blog post we will explore how we can use the new source generator feature in .NET 5 to automatically generate an API for a system using the Me...