Amido certified under NCSCs Cyber Essentials programme
Last week IASME notified us that the audit process was complete and Amido have been certified under NCSCs Cyber Essentials programme. Our Head of Managed Services, Richard Slater, walks us through what Cyber Essentials means to Amido.
I have always wanted to give Amido the best and enable the business to fulfill its enormous potential. So, it’s time to propel ourselves forward again, so that we can deliver even more value and better outcomes for our clients and ourselves.
With just about every analytics article saying data is the new oil, it may come as a surprise to learn that few data projects actually succeed. Our Principal Consultant Data Engineer explores the devolution of data.
Around 70% of digital transformations fail, and one of the causes of failure is complexity. By leveraging cloud-native services and embracing a software factory approach, Amido Stacks overcomes these challenges to digital transformation.
An Anaemic Domain Model is a model with no logic in it. Domain classes look more like a bunch of public setters and getters without domain logic where the client of the class has control over how to instantiate and modify the class.
FarmSmart and tech partner Amido launch new mobile app that helps African farmers to thrive
FarmSmart, in partnership with London-based technical consultancy Amido, has launched an innovative mobile application that shares essential, sustainable and climate-smart farming knowledge to smallholder farmers.
Is it a Bug or a Feature Request: Was There an Acceptance Criteria for it?
A typical development and testing activity normally begins with taking a user story and digesting the information in it. From this shared understanding, we start to construct a set of use cases as a means of verifying the implementation and its completeness.
A key part of any identity process involves the sending of emails for things like account verification, forgotten password and security updates. Testing these can present several challenges as there are usually 3rd party services involved (you’re unlikely to be including a custom SMTP server and mailbox with your project!)