By Mark Stenbäck 24.10.2019

This blog entry is about the OWASP Top 10 - 2017 and is primarily intended as an introduction for people commonly involved in software development and acquisition projects.

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By Mark Stenbäck 17.10.2019

This blog entry introduces the OWASP Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS), which is a community-driven project to provide a framework of security requirements and controls for designing, developing and testing modern web applications and services. This text is primarily intended as an introduction for people commonly involved in software acquisition and development projects.

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By Markus Mertama 19.06.2019

This is an article about C++ programmer’s entry to machine learning by implementing a feed forward neural network. I started to write this publication as a blog post, but along the journey I found more aspects I had to cover. This is not an attempt to be any kind of research paper and purposefully breaks many golden rules of making science. Along with the blog writing best practices the conclusions here are rather subjective opinions, or at least should be taken as so. The implementation demo is available at Neuropia Live.

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By Juha Vuolle 05.06.2019

This is a writeup on a hack experiment to convert Figma designs directly to Qt QML.

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By Mikko McMenamin 28.01.2019

What is the main application of augmented reality, or AR? If you ask the 800 million gamers out there, the answer probably is Pokemon Go. However, AR has the potential to completely transform the world - to add a new digital layer on top of the old, analogue world.

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By Juanjo Diaz 10.08.2017

On 10 August 2000, Joel Spolsky, Stack Overflow’s CEO published his famous “Joel Test”, a simple list of 12 question to rate the quality of a software team.

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By Attila Bencze 06.06.2017

Dry

In software engineering, don’t repeat yourself (DRY) is a principle of software development, aimed at reducing repetition of information of all kinds, which is especially useful in multi-tier architectures. - Wikipedia

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By Paula Ylinen 23.05.2017

When studying my degree in Business Information Systems with a specialization in Game Development, I always assumed I would eventually work in a game company. Or at least that I would work with games in some capacity, be they digital or not. It seemed like the only logical choice given my specialization.

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By Juanjo Diaz 03.05.2017

Hello world - I’m Juanjo Diaz and I’ve worked at Intopalo as a Software Architect since September 2015. In this post, I’ll share my experience as a member of Intopalo’s talented community.

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