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Always at it where the latest developments in the IT sector are concerned! In this blog, we publish articles about current projects and topics regarding IT solutions and software development. You are interested in making your own guest contribution? Then please get in touch with us!

Swathi Mary Katakam
Swathi Mary Katakam

Multilanguage database applications using Oracle APEX

6. August 2018

Hello Everyone! If you are a DBA/PLSQL guru but are not familiar […]

Philipp Czora
Philipp Czora

Mutation Testing with Pitest – Part 2: SonarQube

29. November 2017

This post follows on from the previous part. If you have not […]

Jenny Dornberger
Jenny Dornberger

Hackathon-Challenge: App-Development at TU Braunschweig

13. November 2017

Last Thursday, fourteen students of the TU Braunschweig followed the invitation of […]

Christoph Wolfes
Christoph Wolfes

Bash facelift – zsh with Powerlevel9k

30. October 2017

Where’s the web server configuration again? Am I even in the right […]

Sara Nitsche
Sara Nitsche

1 year TRIO-Blog – How it all started

2. October 2017

In the beginning, our developers had the desire for a space to […]

Jenny Dornberger
Jenny Dornberger

Review of the Java Forum Nord

14. September 2017

On September, 12th 2017, the annual Java Forum Nord took place in […]

Johannes Schnatterer
Johannes Schnatterer

SLF4J and Logback in Android

8. September 2017

When entering the world of Android development as a Java developer you […]

Philipp Czora
Philipp Czora

Mutation Testing with Pitest

31. August 2017

Unit tests can be useful for ensuring code quality and correctness. Not […]

Sara Nitsche
Sara Nitsche

TRIOLOGY supports the Java Forum Nord with a speaker and sponsoring

10. August 2017

This year, Java Forum Nord invites experts once again to exchange their […]

Jan Niemann
Jan Niemann

Naming conventions
in Oracle databases

31. July 2017

Naming conventions are an important part of coding conventions. Naming conventions are […]

Daniel Behrwind
Daniel Behrwind

A Groovy DSL for the Creation of Test Data using JPA

3. July 2017

With the automated integrative testing of software that works with a complex […]

Sara Nitsche
Sara Nitsche

After-work-Mate with technical talking

22. June 2017

We believe that it is important to discuss the latest technology topics […]

Oliver Milke
Oliver Milke

The Jugend Hackt Nord hackathon weekend for youngsters

13. June 2017

Last weekend, some hacking took place – and northern Germany was hit. […]

Johannes Schnatterer
Johannes Schnatterer

Jenkins Pipeline plugin: code completion in IntelliJ

6. June 2017

The Pipeline plugin (formerly Workflow plugin) for Jenkins revolutionises working with Jenkins […]

Jenny Dornberger
Jenny Dornberger

Clean Code as a fundamental element of the quality strategy

10. April 2017

Software quality remains a topic that is constantly discussed within the developer […]

Sara Nitsche
Sara Nitsche

SonarQube experts at TRIOLOGY

29. March 2017

Quality controls and security are two important aspects of software development that […]

Daniel Huchthausen
Daniel Huchthausen

Requirement management in the product life-cycle with Redmine

13. March 2017

In each project you face the same challenge again: creating a finished […]

Josha von Gizycki
Josha von Gizycki

Statistical Code Analysis with SonarQube

13. February 2017

Developers sometimes ask themselves: “What are we actually doing here?” Now that […]

Sara Nitsche
Sara Nitsche

Expert interview on the topic of vulnerabilities

16. January 2017

Our colleague Johannes wrote an article on the topic of “Automatic checks […]

Johannes Schnatterer
Johannes Schnatterer

Automatic checks for vulnerabilities in Java project dependencies

16. January 2017

Security is a difficult topic to control for software projects, as is […]

Malte Kreutzfeldt
Malte Kreutzfeldt

AngularJS Tutorial in a Hot Towel – Part 2

2. January 2017

In the second part of the recently released AngularJS-1 tutorial, the fundamental […]

Malte Kreutzfeldt
Malte Kreutzfeldt

AngularJS Tutorial in a Hot Towel – Part 1

19. December 2016

Even though the time for Version 1.x from AngularJS is drawing to […]

Daniel Huchthausen
Daniel Huchthausen

User Story Management

5. December 2016

Requirements in agile software development are often described based on “User Stories”. […]

Christoph Wolfes
Christoph Wolfes

Charts in AngularJS

21. November 2016

Welcome to the World of Statistics – Where Storks Deliver Babies Statistics […]

Johannes Schnatterer
Johannes Schnatterer

Version names with Maven: Reading the version name

7. November 2016

The first article in this series – “Version names with Maven: Creating […]

Johannes Schnatterer
Johannes Schnatterer

Version names with Maven: Creating the version name

24. October 2016

In many cases, it may be useful to be able to extract […]

Daniel Huchthausen
Daniel Huchthausen

Scrum vs. Kanban

20. September 2016

During the last years it became common to use agile methods in […]

Daniel Behrwind
Daniel Behrwind

Apache Shiro: Implementing complex permissions autonomously

7. September 2016

Although Apache Shiro includes a powerful and flexible tool for fine-grained allocation […]

Malte Kreutzfeldt
Malte Kreutzfeldt

Gauge – a lightweight behavior-driven testing tool

1. September 2016

In this article, I am going to report on the test framework […]

Daniel Huchthausen
Daniel Huchthausen

Understanding Software Quality

20. September 2016

People often talk about high quality software products, but what is that? […]

Christoph Wolfes
Christoph Wolfes

From 0 to 100 with Yeoman

18. August 2016

Yeoman – „to boldly go where no man has gone before“ If […]

Daniel Huchthausen
Daniel Huchthausen

Code Conventions

20. September 2016

80% of lifetime costs goes to maintenance and hardly any software is […]