2018 Second Anniversary Update with Video
As we race into 2019, here is a quick video and update of all the exciting things that happened for Vincit California in 2018
Vincit Dev Talks 7.0 is on the calendar! Be sure to RSVP through our meetup page
How to Use RxSwift with MVVM Pattern – Part 1
This article is all about how to use RxSwift with MVVM. RxSwift has been a hot topic in the swift community for a few years now, but somehow I've managed to avoid it.
SummAR of ’17 Part 2: Development Edition
In a previous blog post about my summer at Vincit, I went over some general information and user experiences about HoloLens. This post picks up right where the last one ended and offers some insight in to the development process for HoloLens.
Meet us tonight at our new office Open House event 5:00-8:00pm. Enjoy the Irvine Mayor’s speech, 11th floor views, double the taps and #ducks going #disco. Welcome!
SummAR of ‘17
Even though Augmented Reality is still young, the AR hype train is gathering momentum steadily, as more and more companies invest in the technology.
Code Monkey in Defense of Good Design Work and Tight Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
There often is quite a bit of confusion about what “UX designers” and “service designers” actually do in a software project.
How we stream events at Vincit
Vincit was founded in Tampere in 2007 but it has since expanded to Helsinki, Turku and all the way to California. Every month we have an internal meeting where we go through what has happened during the previous month. Here's how we do it.
Empty Promises and Other Heresay
How functional programming in Clojure made me a better person
Software Development 450 Words Per Minute
“Something’s a little bit off here.” That’s what I predict your first thought to be upon seeing my cubicle for the first time. There’s no screen or mouse in sight. Instead there’s a guy hammering away on a keyboard, staring at seemingly nothing.
First Year at Vincit California
We've got a "Fun Committee" who come up with fun team building events each month. There's no stuffy CEO coming up with painfully boring events, the team plans them.
Five more reasons why buying software development could save your startup (Part 2)
Hopefully, you read my colleague and my own writing about how to buy a so-called development rescue a startup company. I will continue to list with five more reasons that will come from a business perspective.
Five Ways to Rescue a Startup by Buying Software Development
Subcontracting is stupid. I used to believe in this statement with all my heart. Especially outsourcing software development gave me an image of big balls of mud being produced by a faceless herd of Elbonian programmers.