Insights and News from Boogie

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Developing Competitive Services, Part 2: Thoughts about organization

How do we end up with a specific organizational model? In a traditional organization, there are…

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Hackfest 2023

Once again, on the first weekend of November, the whole Boogie crew packed their bags and…

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Developing Competitive Services, Part 1: Customer Value

(in Finnish below) At Boogie Software we have been discussing a lot about services and the…

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Co-operation announcement between Boogie Software and Kibit Solutions Ltd.

Boogie Software and Kibit Solutions have made an agreement on collaboration. This enables Boogie Software to…

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Boogie Software Oy and iSoft.ai Oy join forces

Software company Boogie Software Oy and AI application specialist iSoft.ai Oy have entered into a partnership…

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Automatic Tests as Catalyst for Software Development

In chemistry, a catalyst is defined as a substance which does not partipate in a chemical reaction
but increases its rate.

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Jukka Parkkinen appointed as CEO

JUKKA PARKKINEN APPOINTED CEO OF BOOGIE SOFTWARE OY Jari Silaste, the founder and long-term CEO of…

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Developing WearOS App for the First Time

This post will outlay some thoughts and describe how the development of a WearOS application was for a person with no previous experience in Kotlin, Android nor WearOS.

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Preview a Git Branch with shareable links

This article will demonstrate how to use Firebase- preview channels for showing your working branch status to team members before merging.

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Checking out Jekyll headless CMS for blogging

This article will demonstrate how to use Jekyll headless CMS to publish blog-type content.

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Introducing Pulita – the Smart Car Payment Solution

Ever since the introduction of the smartphone, modern communications technology has become increasingly ubiquitous in our everyday lives.

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Synthesizing series of transactions with a Generative Adversarial Network

In our company we have developed a system and done some research on methodologies to synthesize tabular data and specially customer accounts bank transactions.

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Web application development with Flutter

Couple of months ago I published an article here on Boogie Software’s blog about mobile application development with Flutter.

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Synthesizing Demographic Data

Synthetic data is data that resembles real data but is generated artificially. There are various methods to create synthetic data.

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Mobile application development with Flutter – a Case Study

Flutter is a mobile application development framework designed for creating applications for both iOS and Android with a single codebase.

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Predicting Stock Returns with a Neural Network

I spent the summer of 2019 as a Data Analyst trainee at Boogie Software. Part of my work was to implement a small project utilizing neural networks to solve an interesting problem of my own choosing.

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Building a light-weight Kubernetes cluster with Raspberry Pi and k3s

Here at Boogie Software, our experts are using Kubernetes and container technology every day in several projects, and thus, we were quite intrigued to find out how Kubernetes works on-premises with more modest hardware.

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Deep learning method for synthesis of tabular data

In this post I present a study conducted here at Boogie Software by the Boogie Artificial Intelligence Team.

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Experiences from Disobey 2019

On the second weekend of January, I participated in Disobey in Helsinki. Disobey is a community-driven gathering for all kinds of hackers, makers, and breakers, that offers a place to share information and to learn from others.

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Credit risk profiling using open bank data

Four months ago I was doing research in astrophysics in a Spanish institution and since then I made a change in my career moving to work in Finland.

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Digital Me – Active extension of my physical life in the digital world.

Amidst the digital transformation of countless aspects of our daily lives and all the concentration on my right to manage and control all my personal data, there is surprisingly little discussion about the opportunity to transition from passive digital assistants

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First Hand Experiences with Open Banking APIs

This article is all about getting my hands dirty with the PSD2 APIs that are available from Finnish banks: I wanted to build something on top Nordea and OP developer interfaces.

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Exploring the PSD2 landscape in Finland

Early in May 2018 I ran across a Reuters story about HSBC publishing a multi-bank app in the UK. It caught my eye since it was not about a glossy new fintech startup leveraging PSD2 but rather about one of the biggest players taking the game to a whole new level.

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How do you learn?

Continuous learning – old phrase but increasingly important in the software development industry. It is crucial to recognize best practices how you are going to stay on top of technology development.

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Some thoughts on what UX is, what it isn't, and why it's increasingly difficult to tell the two apart

Recently, our Sales Director asked me a difficult question. He wanted to know what the product is, so that he can sell it: What does the client get when buying UX work from us?