Jake’s Work Experience at borwell

Hi, my name is Jake. I am just coming to the end of my 5-day work experience here at Borwell, which has been fun and incredibly informative. This opportunity has really helped me decide what I want to do in the future, while simultaneously teaching me industry-level skills and just getting a feel for what
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Agritech

Space, GIS & Cyber: applications in agri-tech

During May this year the borwell team prepared  a series of  presentations which investigated data & GIS, security, and innovation in Agritec in collaboration with Pershore College. We sought to provide an answer as to why we need to be precise in Agritech and to explore the impact of being secure, and innovative.   The first
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methane levels

Monitoring methane to reduce CO2 emissions – there’s an App for that!

Many of us have heard the stories about cows emitting a vast proportion of methane.  This is no joke, just Google ‘cows emitting methane gas’ to see related articles.  Cars and aeroplanes emit CO2 as fuel is burned in their engines, but what about us humans? Our impact from methane emissions on the planet is
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International Women's Day

International Women’s Day 2021

Let’s celebrate the contribution women make to digital transformation, cyber security and the design and adoption of software and technology. The gallery of women shown here are playing an important role in borwell and we celebrate them all. #bias #ChooseToChallenge #IWD2021 #InternationalWomensDay International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic,
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.NET core

Running .NET core apps in Docker

Due to the multi-platform nature of .NET core it is now incredibly easy to run your .NET core apps on many platforms including Linux and by extension Linux containers, such as Docker. Docker allows for the easy distribution, hyper portability and simple scalability of your software. Docker, and other containerisation platforms, provide an easy to
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.NET Core 5.0 – Expanding the boundaries of optimisation

Microsoft has decided to debut their .NET Core 5.0 a year and a half after they first announced that it was being created. Alongside this they have released some developer tools for benchmarking your software! .NET Core 5.0 was first unveiled back in May of 2019 and was guaranteed to be the first .NET with
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Website Development on a laptop

Blazor: The advantages of migrating from AngularJS

Many people still use AngularJS as the basis for their software and are cautious about moving to a newer framework, however in this blog I wish to explain why it’s becoming more necessary to move away from AngularJS and why Blazor makes a great replacement. AngularJS, as of the 20th October 2020, is has now
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Internet Divide

Splinternet – Online Censorship on the rise

The Splinternet could be happening, and this is what we understand about it… Recently, American security concerns of Chinese applications and companies has led to US government officials wishing to remove Chinese influence. Therefore, this would result in online Chinese products being removed / blocked from being accessed in the USA. US Secretary of State
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