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Culture Matters

Culture is important at Ghyston, demonstrated by winning the 'Best place to work in tech' award at The Sparkies this year! Here's a little insight into what we do...
David Giles
David GilesTechnical Lead
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The benefits of rapid prototyping: A Case Study

Rapid prototyping has existed in physical industries such as design and engineering for many decades. Producing scale models to demonstrate appearance and functionality can save time, reduce cost and improve innovation.
David Giles
David GilesTechnical Lead
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How to get your software project done faster

What can YOU do to get your software project done faster? Here, our Technical Project Manager David Linfield discusses what you can do to help develop the best product within a realistic time frame.
Ghyston
Ghyston
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How AI can get you more sales

At Ghyston, we're really excited about the potential of artificial intelligence and machine learning.Our CEO Emily Hill discusses how AI can utilise data to help increase your company's sales.
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Ghyston
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12 ways Agile will make your software project a success

We believe Agile working is not only good for developers, but for clients and all project stakeholders. Here, Danielle Mew discusses how and why the Agile methodology can benefit your project at all stages.
Danielle Mew
Danielle MewTechnical Project Manager
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Legacy systems - can they be maintained?

Within Ghyston we have a department that is dedicated entirely to supporting legacy systems for our clients. A legacy system is one that a business still relies on for some parts of its functionality but uses technology that has been superceded or written in old languages.
Martin Thorn
Martin ThornSenior Technical Consultant & Head of Support
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Why we use React

We love building Single Page Applications using React! Alex Potter discusses why we do and some of the thinking behind our decision-making when choosing the right technologies for an application.
Alex Potter
Alex PotterTechnical Lead
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Software scoping - a step-by-step guide to doing it right

In a nutshell, software scoping is the process of understanding the underlying business need and defining how that’s going to translate into a piece of software that addresses those needs in the best way.
Sam Millner
Sam MillnerTechnical Consultant & Project Manager
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Which database should I use?

By definition, living in an information age means we have an awful lot of data. And in order for us to use that data, it needs to be organised. Enter the database.
Joe Lee-Moyet
Joe Lee-MoyetTechnical Lead
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How do I start writing code?

There are so many programming languages to choose from, choosing the right one to start learning can be a daunting proposition.
Alex Potter
Alex PotterTechnical Lead
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Is Bespoke worth it? Part Two

In part one we asked if custom-written - or ‘Bespoke’ software is worth investing in. Our answer was (unsurprisingly) it depends! This article discusses more about how we think about the business case.
Sam Millner
Sam MillnerTechnical Consultant & Project Manager
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Is Bespoke worth it?

Bespoke and Off-the-Shelf software both have pros and cons. Sam discusses these and suggests how to help your business decide.
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Ghyston
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