Why projects fail. Part I

Paul McAteer, Head of Project Delivery, Pulsion Technology If you have spent any length of time within the IT Industry, you could probably point to a project that you know of that has failed. Some have done so more spectacularly than others, with the occasional few unfortunately making it to the wider media, just to […]

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Blog Post – Standardising on a front-end JavaScript Framework, Part III

By Scott Miller, Senior Software Engineer, Pulsion Technology This 3-part blog series was created during the course of investigating which JavaScript front-end framework we should standardise on, with Part I considering the merits and pitfalls of Angular and Part II considering the same for React. This last blog will briefly discuss the other options in […]

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Standardising on a front-end JavaScript Framework, Part II

Pulsion has recently been discussing standardising what JavaScript front-end framework we should use across all future web development projects. However with the wealth of choices of JavaScript UI frameworks out there, this is far from a trivial decision. This 3 part blog series considers the market leaders, React & Angular.

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Standardising on a front-end JavaScript Framework, Part I

By Scott Miller, Senior Software Engineer, Pulsion Technology Introduction When planning development for a new modern-day web application, it’s hard to conceive of developing it without using JavaScript. Indeed, as time goes on JavaScript plays more important a role in web development, regardless of what your development language of choice is. And, as is the […]

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IR35 v Outsourcing for IT

By now, contractors and public sector establishments alike should be well aware of the IR35 legislation which affects all contracting staff that are engaged by public sector bodies. As of 1st April 2017, the IR35 status of a contractor needs to be determined by the public sector body or agency, not the contractor and if […]

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