Tech Talk: Quarkus – a new Java Technology Stack

In the latest Tech Talk our Faktor Zehn colleague Tri presented his experience with the Java framework Quarkus. This was evaluated with regard to the integration of Linkki and Vaadin for a customer project. In the following blog article you…
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Faktor Zehn @ Pitch Club Developer Edition Munich

Faktor Zehn @ PitchClub

This year at the Pitch Club Developer Edition (PCDE) in Munich, Faktor Zehn was allowed to answer the ever-popular question of what makes Faktor Zehn a company. Spoiler alert: it’s still the people. At the 94th edition of the PCDE…
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Our first Release Summit

Last week, the “Release Summit” took place for the first time within Factor Ten Product Development. The goal of the virtual meeting was to create another exchange opportunity for the individual software development teams and to promote cross-team communication. The…
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TechTalk “Use of Docker in software development”

Docker is an open source containerization technology that has conquered the entire IT industry in record time. This is due in no small part to its numerous advantages, because Docker makes it easy to distribute software and run it in…
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“Fipsi now also available to touch!” – When passion meets (technical) enthusiasm

Our colleagues Daniel Schwering and Daniel Hooker have been busy 3D modeling Fipsi and created a great model of our mascot in the 3D printer they built themselves in Vienna. Together they created an approximately 5 cm tall version of…
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The digital Faktor Zehn User Group 2021

Due to the still ongoing effects of the Corona pandemic on the event industry, the Faktor Zehn User Group was held digitally again this year. A total of over 120 people participated in the digital user group this year –…
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Faktor-IPS Build Evolution: from Ant Scripts to Maven-Plugins

Faktor-IPS projects are built in Eclipse; everything is checked in and the build only compiles the generated Java files. But why? Because the build of Faktor-IPS files needs a complete Eclipse, running “headless” and calling complicated Ant-scripts. That sounds complicated….
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