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This blog is intended for software system engineers, architects and managers or people generally interested in development, testing and integration of software systems. It is part of profiq’s community effort that has the objective of sharing knowledge and ideas about software system integration, testing and development. In addition to this technical content, we share updates about life at profiq.

Running ExtJS app as a Liferay portlet: Part 1

Posted 2 years ago by Jiri Znoj

Rendering ExtJS app in a specific page element Introduction Hello, My name is Jiří Znoj and I am working as a Software Engineer at profiq, an agile software development company. I, as a part of the team “Tech Research”, investigate various technologies for potential customers and for our purposes – to use the best technologies […]

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What Makes For Great Software Engineers? Technical Skills Are Just The Start

Posted 2 years ago by Anke Corbin

Rastislav (Rasta) Kanócz, the CTO and Co-Founder of profiq, has extensive experience in hiring and training many types of software engineers involved in QA, R&D, and the newly emerging discipline, DevOps. The software engineers he hires and trains at profiq are then allocated to projects for profiq’s customers. Rasta recently shared his thoughts on the […]

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[Videocast] The profiq Chat: Tipping Points For When It’s Time to Switch From Manual To Automated QA In Software Development

Posted 2 years ago by Anke Corbin

Welcome to the second of our series of videocasts (a podcast with video content) where we talk about a variety of topics including trends in agile software development, QA, how to hire and develop skilled software developers, and life at profiq. In this videocast, Gabor Puhalla, profiq’s co-founder and CEO talks about identifying when companies […]

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Sencha Architect 4 – Tips and tricks

Posted 2 years ago by Petr Večeřa

Sencha ExtJS is popular JavaScript framework for building data-intensive, cross-platform web and mobile applications. It comes with unique visual app builder called Sencha Architect that released its latest version 4 in December. If you don’t know Sencha Architect, it’s fully fledged IDE for developing ExtJS apps. Few months ago we talked about theming options in […]

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Kubernetes cluster setup using virtual machines

Posted 3 years ago by Pavel Balcárek

Preface Recently I needed to setup k8s cluster on my local machine in order to see if I’m able to do it on bare-metal servers lately. So I decided to first give it a shot using Virtual Box machines. There were a few places where I was a bit stuck and spent some times googling. […]

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How to theme an ExtJS application in Sencha Architect 4

Posted 3 years ago by Petr Večeřa

Sencha ExtJS is popular JavaScript framework for building data-intensive, cross-platform web and mobile applications. It comes with unique visual app builder called Sencha Architect that released its latest version 4 in December. Sencha Architect 4 is fully-fledged IDE for developing ExtJS applications which can help you with all the key features such as theming. The […]

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How we delved into an alternate reality, and why

Posted 3 years ago by Lukáš Trnka

As software engineers, it’s deeply embedded within us that we constantly keep a finger on the pulse of the times and an eye on technological trends. In other words, we like to get to the bottom of things and understand the principles by which things function in great detail. It is for this very reason […]

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How to develop a MuleSoft connector

Posted 3 years ago by Filip Vavera

Introduction After a brief introduction to the MuleSoft platform in my first blog, I would like to share my first experience with developing a connector. I decided to develop a Gitlab connector because it is a great system and I did not find a connector that would be developed for it. First, I’m going to focus on describing […]

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Be informed about GitHub commits via Twitter, second solution

Posted 3 years ago by Michal Kalita

I have developed two solutions for getting informed about source code changes on GitHub, when you are sharing code with other developers. I described one solution in a previous article. This article is describing a second solution. You are welcome to try both approaches, so you can decide which could on work better for you.

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