Thursday, 13 April 2017
When using a Software Development Methodology (SDM) you hope it improves the efficiency of your team. Using scrum as your team's SDM has many advantages, but what does it mean exactly for your team's efficiency?
Friday, 07 April 2017
It has been two months since the release of SiriDB, our open source time series database. The release in the beginning of February was a milestone for us since we’ve been working on SiriDB for quite some time. First only for in company use and since February for everyone! Time for a recap.
Friday, 17 March 2017
Managing a software development project can be hard, it also has a big influence on how effective the collaboration of the team is in software projects. This makes choosing a software development methodology (SDM) an important task when starting a project. There’s a large list of available, well thought of, software development methodologies and every one of them has its pros and cons. Making the right SDM choice will positively affect the outcome and the expenses of the project.
Friday, 24 February 2017
SiriDB, our open source time series database, has been released! In January 2017, exactly two years after the first version of SiriDB was born, we’ve released it as open source. This is the second part of our release story!
Friday, 03 February 2017
At Transceptor Technology we are constantly searching for growth, not only in software but also within our startup itself. Young talent does not come around every day and we are therefore delighted that Timo started with us as an intern in September 2016. Now, six months later, Timo shares his experience through this blog and has some extra positive news to announce!
Monday, 30 January 2017
The world around data is growing. Fast. All the data within organizations contains valuable information when collected correctly. How can you use this data to improve your organization’s efficiency? SiriDB creates insights in your data based on time series / tick data.
Friday, 16 December 2016
There are several special moments in a company’s existence. But the most exciting time is when you’ve worked long and hard on a project and it is finally going to be released. That’s what we’re doing and we’re taking you with us!
Tuesday, 13 December 2016
With the upcoming release of our time series database as an open source database we’d like to reveal a bit more about the process. SiriDB is a time series database that has been in private development for two years now, mainly used for our own IT infrastructure monitoring system. In these two years we perfected the database to be capable of massive datasets, blazing fast and never offline. How did we do this?
Friday, 11 November 2016
Every company consists of various kinds of people. Different worlds and different visions come together in an attempt to reach the same goal. This is often expressed by using Holland’s six personality types. Every person can identify themself most by one of the types. How do all these personalities fit together so well?
Friday, 14 October 2016
Google Drive is like a where you can keep all of your documents. Google’s idea of a central place to keep your documents located without the risk of losing them by an coffee mug accident is ideal. On the go, in the train, on an airplane and at home, Google Drive brings all of your documents closer by than ever.
Friday, 30 September 2016
For everyone that is not familiar with the IT or software industry it can be quite intriguing to hear software engineers and developers having a conversation. What is open source software or what’s the difference between software and hardware? Once you’re in this industry these terms are everyday business, but for outsiders it appears to be a completely different world.
Friday, 23 September 2016
In my previous blogs I first introduced asynchronous Python calls and later SNMP. In this article I combine the two and show how to asynchronously get a subtree with pysnmp.
Wednesday, 07 September 2016
In my previous blog post I introduced a problem that exists with some implementations of asynchronous programming. In Oversight we extensively use async programming, especially for retrieving values with snmp. This article is a brief introduction to snmp and pysnmp and serves together with my previous post as background for for my next post.
Friday, 02 September 2016
Welcome to 2016, where remote working is just as normal as getting up in the morning to go to a real office. The magic of remote working is spreading fast over the IT business and we, as well, have taken part in this phenomenon. We’ve found that for a startup like ours, remote working is the way to go.
Friday, 19 August 2016
Friday, 12 August 2016
Blogging within a company? For many people it sounds strange. Isn’t blogging mainly done by famous people with very, very exciting stories to tell? This is no longer true, and when you look around in the business world you’ll see that blogging has become a real phenomenon. Blogging is trendy.
Friday, 29 July 2016
Like many of us perhaps know, the first day of work is always a little scary. You don’t know your colleagues yet, you don’t know the workplace etiquette and even the coffee machine is unfamiliar. I’m pretty sure we’ve all gone through this phase once before, I know I have. In an existing company this is usually the process, you know your job before you start it, but what about a startup?
Friday, 15 July 2016
Once you have decided to become part of the brave group of ‘startup starters’, the true entrepreneur emerges and you’ll do anything to make it successful. Starting a startup also brings along some challenges that in your initial enthusiasm didn’t seem like much of an obstacle.
Monday, 11 July 2016
Finally it's here! After months of hard work, sweat and a lot of coffee we have released the new Transceptor Technology site! This Dutch startup is ready to bring some fresh air into the software market, and how can we better inform you about what we do and who we are? Right! A brand new website!