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Im TechUp We at b-nova embody innovation to the core and as such, we organize a so-called TechUp, a in-house tech radar session, every week. In those sessions, we evaluate promising technologies for its potential and functional suitability. Once evaluated, we bring our insights into a written form which constitutes the main share of our blog content. Therefore, we render our in-house research open-source and available to our customers.

Let us level up together in our technological awareness. In this way, we ensure to keep our mental toolbox up-to-date with the latest developments in the world of tech. We eventually manage to stay equipped with the cutting edge of technologies and tools. As our customer, you will be presented with battle-tested, yet modern technology that will leverage lasting, sustainable solutions.

If you want to know more about a specifc topic that we covered or would like to have some questions answered, make sure to reach out to us, we are always open to have a chat about technology and how software engineering can be improved.

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Tech up with us! Every week is a new opportunity to learn something new.

Amazon PartyRock Playground is a platform provided by AWS where users can experiment with Bedrock, a foundational tool for application development. It offers hands-on experience to acquire in-depth knowledge and skills.

Runme transforms your standard documentation into interactive manuals that function like a terminal. This allows users to interact with the documentation in a practical way and ensures that information is always up-to-date and relevant.

Daytona is a platform for managing development environments that acts as an enterprise solution and offers an alternative to GitHub Codespaces to increase productivity and efficiency in the development process.

JDK 22 is out, we want to take a look at the most important features like statements before the super constructor, unnamed variables & patterns and scoped values.

This article demonstrates how to manage different event types within a single Kafka topic using a Quarkus application. It covers setting up a schema registry, Kafka broker configurations, and a user-friendly Kafka UI interface to highlight the benefits and challenges of this architecture.

We take a practical look at CloudEvents, the latest graduation from the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). Learn how this standard simplifies event processing in distributed systems and what benefits it offers for developers and IT architects.

Pydantic is a Python library for data validation that uses Python type hints to check the structure and type of data. It generates validation errors for missing or incorrect data.

Warp, an AI-integrated terminal built in Rust, is revolutionizing software development through speed and efficiency. Specifically designed for teamwork, it significantly improves productivity and is currently available for MacOS and Linux users.

Dex is an identity service that utilizes OpenID Connect to enable authentication for other apps. Through 'Connectors', it acts as a portal to other identity providers, allowing apps to avoid storing user data. It supports various platforms, including LDAP, SAML, and other self-developed systems.

Fig revolutionizes the programming experience with an advanced command-line interface. It enhances efficiency and user-friendliness in coding through features like terminal autocompletion, saving time and reducing errors.