NEWS & BLOG
Giving opportunities to young software developers is always an organisational challenge, and not every software company sees value in running an internship programme. Sonalake has a long tradition of providing opportunities to young engineers to gain their first work experience.
Many of the development projects we carry out at Sonalake involve an element of data visualisation. As the space is constantly evolving, we regularly review the most interesting and promising BI tools. It is through this process that we discovered Looker and chose to embed it within a data analytics development project for a large customer.
We are happy to announce that Sonalake will be exhibiting at the Gigabit Access 2018 conference on 10 – 11 April in Brussels, an event focused on helping operators understand how to develop their networks and services with emerging and disruptive technologies.
As enterprises become increasingly reliant on complex, distributed software applications, IT operations has a critical role to play in ensuring application performance and availability.
Yesterday marked the official opening of Sonalake’s new Polish offices in the Poznan Financial Centre.
Welcome to our latest 180° lookback at what’s been keeping us busy over recent months. We try to keep it brief, so just shout if you would like to know more!
Sonalake has been shortlisted in the Digital Technology Services Project of the Year category at the Technology Ireland Software Industry Awards 2017.
To derive maximum value from data, users must be able to make sense of it, uncover patterns and identify anomalies. So how do we make data understandable?
In the News: Sonalake as PMI Project of the Year winner for its work on the automation of fibre services
This morning The Irish Times reported on the inaugural PMI Ireland Project Awards where Sonalake won SME Project of the Year for its work on the automation of fibre services.
Last Wednesday, 11th October, Sonalake held the first JHipster Dublin meetup at the Guinness Enterprise Centre. In the space of an hour Mairead, Gordon, and Jonathan wove an introductory presentation on JHipster with a live demo and built a simple application...