Brexit, the World Cup, data breaches and Trump. It’s been a busy news week and so we’ve cut through the headlines and rounded up some interesting articles outside of the daily grind.
Our delivery team work hard to tackle problems and work through issues with practical solutions, and sometimes they share their successes and learnings with the press.
Here’s our weekly round-up of news to distract you from the fact that we haven’t had a bank holiday this week and won’t for another 79 days. Not that we’re counting.
At Red Badger we pride ourselves on championing women in tech and women in business. With a 50-50 gender split on the Red Badger leadership team, we believe in the power of women in the workplace, and aren’t afraid to shout about it too.
With the bank holiday behind us and the wet weather upon us, kick back and see what we’ve been reading this past week.
Each year we get together as a team of developers and testers to take a look at what’s happening in tech and how it’s implemented. We examine what we’ve been using, what others are using, and what’s on the horizon.
Find out what tech we’ve chosen for this year’s Tech Round Table.
This week we’ve been reading about the future of tech jobs, GDPR (sorry, sorry), and sharing some hilarious tweets. Enjoy.
This week has been a busy week one for the news agenda. It’s Mental Health Awareness Week, Thursday marked Global Accessibility Awareness Day and on Saturday it’s the Royal Wedding. We’ve been sifting through the news to pick out some of the stories which caught our eye this week.
Despite the glorious weather, we somehow managed to read some great articles this week, check them out below.
We’ve been scouring the web for all the best stories from culture and opinions, to tech and business news. Here’s what we found interesting this week.
We’ve decided to launch a weekly blog with some articles that interest us, and hopefully you. From culture and opinions to tech and business news, we’re going to share five articles that have interested us in the last week.
Last week we invited Paul Frazee, co-founder of Beaker Browser to speak at our very first We love meet up about peer to peer. Our Tech Lead Viktor 'e-met' Paul via twitter when his blog 'The end of the cloud: A truly serverless web' went viral. We asked them to pick up their conversation about peer-to-peer and the end of the cloud in our Badger HQ so we could share their thoughts and opinions with you.
On 28th November, we went along to BIMA’s breakfast briefing on the Tech Trends that really matter for 2018, which saw six-minute talks from four speakers on their tech predictions for 2018 and beyond.
Red Badger's work with Fortnum & Mason shows how retailers can replicate impeccable customer service online, according to Essential Retail. Essential Retail outlines the methods Red Badger brought in to bring the website to life, such as consulting Fortnum & Mason's in-store historian. You can read the full article here.
Computer Weekly outlines how Fortnum & Mason chose Red Badger to build its new site, and details how the Badgers worked collaboratively with the retailer, building the site within only eight months. You can read the full article here.
Creating a new site for a leading retailer is no mean feat and in this article, Econsultancy, outlines how Red Badger did it. The piece shows how the Badgers built a site that not only utilises leading technology but also keeps the customer at the heart of it all, with optimised navigation and a redesign. You can read the full article here.
Internet Retailing share details of Red Badger's work on Fortnum & Mason's new site, which brought its exceptional customer service to the digital world, using open source technology and agile ways of working. You can read the full article here.