Posts From the monthly archives: "April 2016"
queue-it-ttf16-award

Ticketing industry leaders, innovators and emerging talents celebrated the best of ticketing tech, people and business last night at a gala dinner in Ireland’s number one visitor attraction: the Guinness Storehouse. At the event, Queue-it was named the “Supplier of the Year” by the Ticketing Technology Forum. For the first annual Ticketing…(Read More)

beyond-bot-defense

Queue-it’s bot defense / scripting protection functionality is built into the Queue-it end-user facing end-points, and has blocked millions of bot / scripting attempts over the last four years. We serve hundreds of ticketing providers and venues around the globe, have dozens of onsales each day, and have many stadium size onsales…(Read More)

The new language selector feature is now available to add on to your custom queue page. The language selector allows your end-users to select their preferred display language when they access your queue page. The language options include all of the currently available languages the queue page can be created in: …(Read More)

dtu-event-martin

Our CTO Martin Pronk and Software Developer Frederik Williams attended and presented at the DTU Spring 2016 Match Event on April 14th, 2016. The event was targeting students looking for internships or companies to do projects with, students looking for full-time jobs after graduation, students looking to work with small companies or start ups…(Read More)

developer-perspective-get-ready-for-review

Written by: Frederik Williams, Software Developer Some time ago my good colleague Mojtaba wrote about our code review process. In his article, he lists our best practices. For instance, defining short user stories and generating short code review tasks (in terms of time). This is actually very important as we all noticed that…(Read More)

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