The following blog post summarizes my reasoning on how to deliver solutions that provide digitalization and how to stay secure and stay the course. My reasoning is mostly influenced by the Hyppönen Law, and by the latest trends in the software development world. The most important thing about security and digitalization is that they have to be aligned. Additionally, it is a continuous process and not a one-time checklist.
Any agile team leader can tell you that teamwork is essential to delivering great software and that agile teams rely on greater collaboration and clear communication between the team members. Owning to the frequently changing requirements in an agile project, the designers, developers, testers, and business analysts work hand-in-hand with each other.
“The Journey Of Your Data! From Your Sensors To Your Dashboards!” is the title of the talk I gave at the last industry-science meetup organized by the University of South-Eastern Norway (USN) and Energy Valley. The meetup aimed to create an arena where regional high-tech industry players from the energy and engineering sector can meet and interact with strategic research initiatives, interdisciplinary research, and science groups from USN. Since the goal of the meetup was to show results from applying the latest state-of-art research in solving real industry problems, we have decided to give a technology introduction to Qlarm. My talk was a high-level journey on making the most important architectural design decisions that one must make while designing a solution like Qlarm.