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    Burning the Backlog and Aligning for Flow

    Alignment and flow. Sounds like a Vinyasa yoga class. What they really are is management trends. But even the word management seems off. Because when you’re managing alignment and flow, you’re intenti...

    If You Want to Transform IT, Start with Finance

    tl;dr – ‘Money Flows Rule Everything Around Me’

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    WTF are Dart and Flutter?

    Dart emerged from Google a little after Go, and has recently surged in popularity as the language behind the Flutter cross platform front end framework. This matters to those interested in Cloud Nativ...

    12 min read

    WebAssembly Where it Belongs: In the Cloud

    In our previous article, we introduced you to the fundamentals of WebAssembly. Now that we know what WebAssembly is, it’s time to discuss where it belongs, which, we firmly believe, is in the cloud.

    10 min read

    Kubernetes is Doomed!

    What does the future of hosting look like?

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    Container Solutions Joins the Green Software Foundation

    In August, Container Solutions joined the Green Software Foundation set up (mainly by Microsoft because frankly they have the big bucks) to help promote and support the climate-aware approach to softw...

    9 min read

    WTF is WebAssembly?

    Back when everyone was deploying code directly to “bare metal”, our demands exceeded the capacity of the infrastructure we had, so our infrastructure evolved into virtual machines. The use of virtual ...

    16 min read

    How to Recruit and Onboard Neurodivergent People

    As volunteer developer and Microsoft MVP Dennie Declerq said, “Due to my autism I have no paid job. I can’t cope with a day job. I get too nervous. I talk too much.”

    Agile in the Cloud Native Era

    After seven years of trying, we at Container Solutions have figured out that the best way to start a Cloud Native Transformation is with a little bit of upfront thinking followed by a little bit of bu...