ti&m Blog

19.Oktober 2016
Eine neue Möglichkeit der Art Direction bei responsiven Bildern

Das Jahr 2015 markiert ein Meilenstein in der digitalen Medienlandschaft. Zum ersten Mal verwendeten mehr Leute das Internet über mobile Geräte als über Desktop-Browser. Die Webseitenbetreiber haben deshalb ihre Webseiten responsive gestaltet. Je nach Gerät und Bildschirmgrösse wird das Layout der Seite anders dargestellt, so dass der Inhalt immer optimal sichtbar ist.

20.September 2016
HackZurich: This Is How 565 Techies Spent the Weekend

565 registered participants, 152 submitted projects and 20280 hours of coding – the occasion was of course Hack Zurich, Europe’s biggest hackathon and one of the most anticipated events for ambitious hackers. The rainy weekend was the perfect opportunity for hackers from all over the world to get together in the Technopark and develop innovative solutions and new apps for the sponsor’s challenges. The goal: develop an amazing prototype and maybe, even disrupt a whole industry.

12.September 2016
What Can Small Businesses Gain from Data Analytics?

Small businesses need to change their general big data approach. The question they should ask themselves is not “what can we gain from the collected data?” but “what do we need to grow the business and how can data analytics help reach that goal?”.

21.Juli 2016
Authentication vs. Authorization with OAuth, Does It Really Matter?

While in the security field the terms authentication and authorization have a clearly defined definition, with the introduction of concepts such as “delegated authorization” ambiguity might arise. However, it seems that we know what we intend and therefore should we even bother with such discussions?

06.Juni 2016
The End of All Projects, or: Taking Agile to the Next Level

Imagine a world without projects, project leaders and product owners. Imagine a broader product definition, a larger backlog and multiple feature teams all working on the same effort. In this article, ti&m's CTO Martin Fabini explores an organizational design based on LeSS, the framework for scaling agile software development to multiple teams.