Our purpose is to create a long lasting positive impact in the software industry. We do this by excelling at what we do, building long-lasting relationships at a personal level and going beyond the service we are delivering.
Codurance is preferred by the world’s leading technology teams. Our deep partnerships extend across cloud providers, data analytics tools, eCommerce platforms, and artificial intelligence & machine learning tools.
The craftsmanship ethos shaped who we are as a company. The goal of Software Craftsmanship is clear: raise the bar in the software industry through professionalism and technical excellence.
In 2010 our co-founders started the first and largest Software Craftsmanship community in Europe, and have been instrumental in inspiring and helping create many other satellite communities around the world.
Back in July, I had the chance to give a talk with our partner Skills Matter, in a series of Meetups called Thursday’s Matters. During this talk I presented a number of exercises, a few of them ...
Popularised by Kent Beck, TDD is a practice of Extreme programming. During recent years it has become increasingly adopted throughout the software industry. As a sign of this popularity, the first ...
This year, the 2021 edition of the traditional JBCNConf was held. Unfortunately, the 2020 event didn't take place the year prior due to difficulties (something about a global virus). In this blogspot ...
Software Craftsmanship is at the heart of everything we do. We constantly hone our skills by teaching and learning from others within our company and the wider software development community.
We share our experiences on what works (and what doesn't) and discuss how technology can accelerate your company's vision.
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Described by the industry as "an encyclopedia on the behaviours, attributes, and structure of an organisation that adheres to principles of Software Craftsmanship."