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New time slot for scheduled service window

October 11, 2016

Dear partners, We have evaluated our first service window and listened to the input that we have received from our partners. Taking this into consideration we have decided to change the time of the service window. Next service window is scheduled for Wednesday, October 12 from ...

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Written by Damian Bielawski
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Infrastructure updates on e-conomic

September 26, 2016

Dear partners, e-conomic always strives to utilize the best technology possible to deliver high quality service to our customers - currently we are undergoing the process of splitting our database to prepare for a move to Azure. This transition has multiple benefits for the future operation of e-conomic, ...

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Written by Damian Bielawski
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Focusing on software quality? You’re doing it wrong

April 10, 2015

Is it really possible? What if you could both increase your software quality AND deliver faster? Software quality is hard to pin down since it can be analyzed and measured in a lot of different ways. So I won't try to define software quality here. Instead I'll present a general strategy that ...

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Written by Allan Ebdrup
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Category: Developer

How to deploy to production 10 times a day

March 10, 2015

AgilityLab meetup

Continuous Delivery warstories is the title of a talk I gave to more than 80 people at a free #AgilityLab meetup.                     In my talk I give the straight story of how two teams and 10 developers have taken our Debitoor invoicing and accounting software from a 14-day release cycle ...

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Written by Allan Ebdrup
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Category: Developer

How do you validate your JSON?

February 5, 2015

Speed

You can validate JSON in tons of different ways. And it's become more and more popular to create your own JSON validator implementation. But I’m here to tell you that you can spend your time in much better ways! That's because JSON validation has a standard simply called

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Written by Allan Ebdrup
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Category: Developer

A snapshot from a metrics-based culture

April 11, 2014

New feature visualization

This morning I had the pleasure of seeing the view below in the office. A development team has visualized the use and adoption of a new feature they have recently deployed: In line with our DevOps aspirations, they are monitoring how a feature ...

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Written by Jens Sørensen
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Category: Developer

Reflections on the HTTP PATCH method

October 11, 2013

JSON patch

We're currently implementing a REST API based on JSON for our Debitoor application. We're using the following HTTP methods: POST: Creates a new resource PUT:  Updates an existing resource, with the entire resource being overwritten by the PUT content DELETE: Deletes a resource GET: Retrieves a resource Since ...

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Written by Allan Ebdrup
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Category: API, Developer

e-conomic Hackathon 2013: Competing, collaborating and being creative

September 17, 2013

Hackathon logo

For the second year running, e-conomic's annual Company Days featured our very own internal Hackathon event. This year, we saw an even greater interest in the event throughout the company, with more teams participating and people ...

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Written by Jens Sørensen
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Why we’re implementing a new API connection model

March 11, 2013

Developer tab

We have recently implemented a new method for connecting to our API called ConnectWithToken. To use this method, you need two IDs: 1) An app ID. This ID belongs to the developer and uniquely identifies the app requesting the connection. To obtain an app ID, developers ...

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Written by Nikolaj Nørskov
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Category: API, Developer

Going forward with DevOps

October 17, 2012

This is the third and final installment of our DevOps series and covers the DevOps process from monitoring to taking action, as well as some of the things we've learned along the way, plus ways for going forward. If you haven’t done so already, check ...

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Written by Jens Sørensen
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