Posts From the monthly archives: "May 2016"
developer blog

Written by: Martin Larsen, Queue-it Senior Developer Like many other agile development teams, the definition of done (DoD) is an important piece in our development process. It is basically a checklist of tasks to be completed before a story can be released to production, which includes unit tests, code review, and automated integration testing…(Read More)

Queue-it CCO receives prestigious award

The ALL Ladies League – The Women Economic Forum 2016 (WEF 16) conferred on Camilla Ley Valentin, Queue-it CCO, the award “Iconic Leaders of the Decade in Technology and Innovation” at an award ceremony in New Delhi, India, this week.   The theme for WEF 16 is “Women: Uniting the World” through 28…(Read More)

developer perspective logging

Written by: Mojtaba Sarooghi, Queue-it Software Developer In our team, we have the motto ‘Feel free to log as much as you think is needed – the storage is almost free and searching is easy!’. In any application, you need to have a logging infrastructure to be able to get insights into how…(Read More)

awardbilldere

Queue-it wins an award in the category “Services and Solutions” at The Internet Pioneer Awards celebration In relation to the third annual Internet Week Denmark Festival held this week, people were asked via social media outlets to nominate candidates for The Annual Internet Pioneer Award in the categories “Rethink”, “Services and…(Read More)

online fairness

Written by Lisbeth Grastrup Recently, I read the blog post “What’s Your Approach to Your Queuing Experience?“ from Adrian Swinscoe. It’s an interesting read, and very much in line with our approach at Queue-it. He concludes that “when designing a queuing experience, make sure you don’t…(Read More)

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