Software Engineering Research Articles
The following A115 articles and publications cover a variety of topics related to business software development:
If you are looking for a secret weapon to get your start-up ahead of the competition, this new programming language with an established pedigree in the telecom industry might just give you what you need.
Learn how financial technology (FinTech) start-ups are using Amazon's AWS cloud to obtain a competitive advantage over traditional financial institutions (and what the banks are doing about it!)
While traditional financial institutions continue to invest heavily in IT, they are undeniably losing ground to the more agile FinTech start-ups. Here, we review three main classes of responses that banks have to FinTech competition.
IT Interview Series
Elixir in Production
This series of interviews by Jordan Dimov explores how various companies, start-ups and individuals have successfully used the Elixir programming language to solve real-world business problems, build on-line platforms and release useful open-source libraries.
How the ChatBlend team used Elixir and the Phoenix framework for the back-end API of their customer support service, providing live chat software with SMS messaging capabilities (via Twilio). Full text »
- receipt Johnny Winn's Open-source Elixir Projects
Using Elixir and Phoenix to build a socket app that brings real-time events to a single-page AngularJS application (spa). Full text »
Tufts University's Lab for Playful Computation
How this university lab replaced an initial Python prototype with a more flexible and powerful Elixir implementation for their fascinating educational project Full text »
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The Invisible Economic Power of Real Business Software - how well-designed custom business software can have a significant impact on the economy.
Easily align activities with business goals - have complete visibility and clarity about all company activities and how they contribute to high-level objectives.
Fast, cheap AND good: software development is ripe for disruption - commoditizing software development by automating all processes that are today slow, expensive and error-prone.
Building a software product? Skip the technical specification - the belief that complex systems require armies of designers and programmers is wrong.