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Evaluating the Role of Web Components in 2024: To Use or Not to Use?

In the fast-paced world of web development, it’s essential to keep up with the latest tools and technologies. One such technology is ‘web components’, a way to make reusable components for web apps. Ā Introduced in 2011, they have been supported by all major browsers since 2020. In this blog post, we’ll explore what web components…

Tom Hastjarjanto

Is COBOL futureproof? COBOL in 2024

COBOL is the miracle dinosaur of computer programming languages: It is very old and it should have been replaced by other languages, but somehow it still survives. This causes problems for companies, since many COBOL programmers are retired or will retire in the next decades, leaving companies without anyone to maintain some of the most…

Sieuwert van Otterloo

Staying up to date with python – research survey

Python is one of the most used programming languages: thousands of developers use the language and its frameworks of libraries for new IT systems. The language itself and the various libraries and frameworks are frequently updated and this causes legacy issues: Systems must be changed to work with the latest frameworks,or become vulnerable to security…

Sieuwert van Otterloo

Software appraisal and valuation

ICT Institute carries out an appraisal and valuation of software. The purpose of a valuation is to estimate the worth of software on behalf of an interested party. The estimate is determined by an official protocol, to ensure a well-substantiated valuation report. This report can then be used for purchase or sale, accounting valuation or…

Suzanne Atkins

Evaluating risk management methods for software projects

In order to complete a software project on time, one should do risk management and take the right measures to mitigate all likely risks. Several attempts have been made to identify typical project risks and recommended measures. One of the latest attempts was made by ICTU and NEN, in the standard NPR 5326. Saskia Woortman…

Sieuwert van Otterloo