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Hackathon 2018: Team Car Trek

By Glenn Dejaeger on 07 September 2018

June 2018 marked the fifth edition of the AE Hackathon, which challenges customers and prospects to come up with an innovative idea and a minimum viable product within 36 hours. This series puts each participating team in the spotlight.

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Comparing Angular, Aurelia and React: Is there a next-gen JS framework that rules them all?

By Glenn Dejaeger on 15 December 2015

Angular is by far the most popular Javascript framework on the market. With the developer preview of Angular 2.0 now available, we decided to check how the developer preview of the framework compares to its main competitors, React and Aurelia.

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Five Questions on Front-End Engineering with Glenn Dejaeger

By Glenn Dejaeger on 16 April 2015

Web applications are powerful tools to provide new and always-accessible services to your customers and employees. Their popularity has made front-end engineering a highly dynamic and exciting playing field. Businesses, employees and customers are exposed to a lot of new web technologies, rich user interfaces and services though it’s not always easy to see how it can impact and really help your business activities.

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ng-europe 2014: interesting evolutions in the AngularJs world

By Glenn Dejaeger on 30 October 2014

AngularJS is one of the most popular, complete and advanced HTML frameworks of the moment. Recently, the first Angular conference in Europe – ng-europe – took place in Paris. My colleague Thomas Anciaux and I attended it and in this post I will highlight the most important takeaways.

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10 ways to make Scrum fail

By Glenn Dejaeger on 28 August 2014

You've probably already heard of Scrum, the popular agile software development framework. While the basics aren't difficult, a lot of people seem to fail implementing it. In this post I'll sum up 10 things you should do if you want your Scrum project to fail miserably.

  1. No or bad retrospectives


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