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Lessons from the factory floor: Software production lines V2

Lessons from the factory floor: Software production lines V2

Building IT systems mirrors an old-fashioned artisan workshop. It's time for a wake-up call: Building systems IS NOT a form of art. Not even close. It's an industrial production line.

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The IT Factor: Driving Finland's Economic Growth Through Automation

The IT Factor: Driving Finland's Economic Growth Through Automation

Economic challenges have placed a spotlight on Finland’s need for growth and innovation. The IT sector emerges as a beacon of hope, poised to drive change. We explore how automation in IT could be the key to boost economic growth and revitalizing its competitive edge.

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ISV: Defy the Triple Constraint with LeBLANC

ISV: Defy the Triple Constraint with LeBLANC

Triple Constraint principle dictates that in any project, you can optimize for speed, quality, or costs, but achieving all three simultaneously is often deemed impossible. Until Now.

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Empowering ISVs with LeBLANC: Win Customers with Smarter Software

ISV: Win Customers with Smarter Software

Standing out from the crowd by differentiation is essential for ISVs. Win customers and projects with Smarter Software using LeBLANC!

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LeBLANC Streamlines ISV Product Innovation

LeBLANC Streamlines ISV Product Innovation

Show, don't tell. Using LeBLANC, rapidly iterate on your product ideas and showcase the working application to your customers! No more slideware, rapid prototypes are back (with a serious kick).

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Advancing Software Engineering Education: LeBLANC with UEF

Advancing Software Engineering Education: LeBLANC with UEF

We are proud to announce our cooperation with the University of Eastern Finland (UEF) in their advanced level course "Model-based Software Engineering".

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Prefer Laziness

Prefer Laziness

There's a quote, often attributed to Bill Gates, which states: "I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it."

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Beyond Agile: Requirements Engineering

Beyond Agile & The Lost Art of Requirements Engineering

Agile methodologies have carved out a respected niche in the tech industry. Yet, amidst this shift towards flexibility, a vital discipline seems to have been overshadowed: Requirements engineering.

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Empower Your Business Experts

Empower Your Business Experts

LeBLANC high productivity development method puts business experts at the center of the development process, allowing them to take ownership of their projects.

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Entity modeling in few simple steps

Revolutionizing Collaboration in Software Projects

Effective collaboration is paramount to the success of any project. LeBLANC is transforming collaboration within software development teams, leading to more efficient and productive projects.

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Future proof your applications

Future-proof your applications

Concerned about the long-term viability of your applications?

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Entity modeling in few simple steps

Entity modeling in few simple steps

Are you curious about how entity modeling is done using LeBLANC Designer? Here are some simple steps that can help you design entities that accurately reflect the structure and behavior of your system!

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The future is now

MDD: A game changer for cost-effective development

In today's fast-paced business landscape, efficient and cost-effective software development is critical for staying ahead.

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Train flyby

Positioning LeBLANC on lowcode field

How does LeBLANC position in the lowcode market? It's the size that matters, and who owns the data and business processes. Here's a quick positioning guide for LeBLANC offering.

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Model Driven Development

Introduction to Model Driven Development

It’s 2021, and we are about to send people to Mars. If this is the future, why we still mostly code our apps manually? Everything that can be automated, should be automated in application development. We are moving towards software factories.

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