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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.

Connect all your IoT devices with Yonomi

Posted 4 months ago by Vojtěch Červený

Here at profiq we are interested in all of the latest technologies. One of the hottest trends, IoT, and home automation or SmartHomes in particular, are on our radar. As with any new technology, IoT has some technical challenges including the need for protocol standards across IoT technologies. Big players like Facebook, Amazon, and Google […]

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Running ExtJS Code Inside Liferay Portlets

Posted 4 months ago by Jiri Znoj

I recently wrote a blog post Running ExtJS app as a Liferay portlet, you can read Running ExtJS as a Liferay portlet: Part 1 and Running ExtJS as a Liferay portlet: Part 2 here. ExtJS is powerful JavaScript framework with some pretty cool features. If you don’t know ExtJS but would like to, this page […]

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Integrate and setup Split.io in under 15 minutes

Posted 5 months ago by Petr Večeřa

In the last blog post, I provided an overview of the Split Feature Experimentation Platform. In this post, I will show you how long it takes to integrate Split into the React web application. The best way to start the integration is by taking a look at their well-written documentation. You can also check out […]

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Real-time control of your app features with Split

Posted 5 months ago by Petr Večeřa

At profiq, we often research and demo new and interesting modern technologies. One interesting Silicon Valley startup called Split (http://www.split.io) caught our attention with its recent launch of the Feature Experimentation Platform. The Feature Experimentation Platform is intriguing because it lets developers rapidly iterate product features, target them to customers, and measure their impact in […]

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Running ExtJS app as a Liferay portlet: Part 1

Posted 6 months 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 8 months 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 9 months 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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[LinkedIn Post] Building trust remotely

Posted 11 months ago by Anke Corbin

Trust is not always top of mind. But when trust is missing, you know it immediately. In software development, it is not uncommon to work with distributed teams and deeply embedded contract developers who are located in different cities or even in other countries. So how do you create trust across different geographical locations, time […]

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