As a founder and ongoing supporter of TechSpace & Camara Ireland, Sonalake is delighted that the #Tech2Students campaign has won the support of the Irish national broadcaster RTE, electricity company ESB and postal company An Post. With a week long TV and radio campaign, we expect to get laptops to thousands more students, helping to bridge the digital-divide for less advantaged sectors of society.
It's been quite an eventful year here at Sonalake, one that we can say, with the help of our team and amazing customers, was a big success! This year we recorded growth in our business, our people and diversity. Before we continue, we want to thank everyone who contributed their time and specialities to make this happen.
As of 2020, many might think that Cross-site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities are well explored and that the vast majority of them are addressed by frameworks we use. However, numerous examples from this year alone show XSS remains an issue, with possibly the most famous XSS vulnerability of the year being found in Google Sheets. In our latest article, Kamil will take you through the basics of Cross-site Scripting (XSS), focusing on the most common types of XSS attacks and the various ways applications are exposed.
In this article, Jerzy is going to demonstrate how to reduce the usual test automation constraints using an optimised parallel build approach with Jenkins. The method presented here helped his team to lower execution time from 12 hours down to a 2 hour average in a production software project.
Many frontend developers have heard about Progressive Web Applications. Most know that PWAs mean developing a web app that works on several devices and leverages features typically reserved for native apps. But what exactly is it? A framework, a new API, or something else? In this article, Krzysztof addresses the question while investigating what PWAs offers to frontend developers and end-users of applications.
Sonalake was again proud to sponsor and volunteer at CreativeTechFest, the annual showcase for TechSpace, an educational movement that inspires young people to become digital creators, inventors and makers through free access to hardware, software, trained youth workers and creative mentors.
Today, National Broadband Ireland (NBI) hit a significant milestone with the formal launch of the first set of rural community Broadband Connection Points (BCPs), a key element of the Government’s National Broadband Plan. Sonalake has delivered the active monitoring solution for the BCP network including remote probes supported by its cloud based VisiMetrix solution for network monitoring and analytics. We are also heavily involved in supporting NBI with the build out of its telecom business and operational support infrastructure.
Daniel’s post outlines a process that we in Sonalake have found to automate the creation of REST API documentation. We have provided a working example of this in the sonalake-autodoc-example project. We hope you find it as helpful as we do!
In part three of Introduction to Hypothesis Testing series we outlined some code samples for how to perform t-tests on mean-based samples. This post will now go into more detail for frequency-based samples.