Why Switching to a Design System Is so Important Today

Design is think made visual - Saul Bass

Once upon a time there was a wise man, named Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web. Do you know why? Only to share documents with his collegues. Yeah, the Web started only to share webpages with others, but went so beyond. Continue reading “Why Switching to a Design System Is so Important Today”

What we’ve learned in Cannes

On the 18th June I was at Cannes Lions, the International Festival of Creativity.

I was there to compete for Young Lions in the design category. Although Valeria (my team mate) and I didn’t win, we attended plenty of interesting discussions and sampled new trends in creativity.

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Datacenter: The Controlled Art of Doing More With Less

Datacenter

We were around before summer writing about the art of managing datacenters as a business on its own, even if conducted inside Objectway. Today I will show you because excellence in datacenter managing means doing – constantly and increasingly – more with less. Continue reading “Datacenter: The Controlled Art of Doing More With Less”

L’importanza del test-driven development sul front-end

Lo scorso 31 maggio è stato organizzato dalle community Milano Front End e MEAN Milan un incontro sul tema dell’automazione dei test nel mondo dello sviluppo front-end. A presentare l’evento c’erano Giovanni Lela, rappresentante di MEAN Milan, e Giacomo Zinetti, nostro Senior Frontend Developer, a nome della community Milano Front End. Continue reading “L’importanza del test-driven development sul front-end”

A State Within a Continent, a Business Inside a Business

Luxembourg is going through a fast-paced change as a country, because the Principate is progressively losing many of the fiscal and financial advantages it has enjoyed in the heart of Europe as of today. So, in order to remain attractive for investors and relevant as a nation. Luxembourg is embracing technology. Continue reading “A State Within a Continent, a Business Inside a Business”