Here we are, almost half-way through our two-year internship. This experience proves very enriching at every level, be it at school or at work. We have been fully integrated in a company that is growing and moving forward. We are actors in this growth process and we feel that our work brings real added-value.
The context in which the world finds itself during this first half of 2020 forces each and everyone of us to reinvent themselves, review the organisation of their company and accept the new situation while making the necessary adjustments persistent. It sometimes is a question of survival for the company.
Despite a few cancellations amid the COVID-19 outbreak, our Agile Workshop dedicated to Visual Management took place last Friday at our Liege offices.
While presenting Arexo and more specifically our tailor-made software development service, we are often asked to explain the benefits of custom development compared to off-the-shelf solutions. This article is an attempt to highlight those benefits.
Arexo starts every year with a two-day event that aims at reviewing the progress made during the last 12 months, discussing and organising the coming years from the perspective of the company and sharing a great time with all our colleagues.
Tasnyme: Hello, I am Tasnyme, 22 year old.
Okan: Hello, I am Okan, 23. We are interns at Arexo since last September in the context of our Master in Sales Management.
By unveiling “Project Pacific”, VMWare acknowledged that Kubernetes will be a foundation of vSphere, its virtualization offer.
On 3rd December 2019, the third session of the Agile Workshop Tour, Arexo’s initiative aimed at sharing knowledge around Agile topics, took place in our offices.
Year after year, Arexo grows at a steady rate. As human capital is what sets Arexo apart, we thought it would be nice for you to meet our new colleagues, David and Thomas.
A successful talk at the latest Journée Agile in Liège last June encouraged Etienne, our Agile coach, to experience the thrill of the return on experience again.
Etienne, our Agile Coach, currently works as a Programme Manager at I-City, the organisation responsible for the IT projects of the city of Brussels, since last November. Since then, he had the opportunity to introduce Agile methodologies that produce great results. He shared his experience at the latest Journée Agile in Liège.
As we’re helping our clients to achieve more with their offshore teams in an Agile context, I found it interesting to share a presentation I gave on the subject at several Agile conferences (WaJug, Journée Agile, Agile Tour Brussels, …). The presentation dates back from 2011, but most of its content is still relevant today. Feedback welcome…
Our latest team building at Arexo: retrospective, serious games, diner and fun activities.
Recently, a client asked us to develop a mobile application served by a REST backend with a lot of data to be stored. To make a long story short, we ended up using Cassandra to answer those requirements. Following an Agile approach to development, we also used TDD, Test-Driven Development.
Last October took place our Family Day, where Arexo employees, spouses and children meet for a fun and relaxing moment. This year we visited the Pairi Daiza Park, and luckily had good weather, which helped make for a great day.
It all started from a collaborative development workshop. The kind of workshop we hold regularly at Arexo, where, amongst other things, company objectives are exposed, as well as the challenges to reach them, involving the team members to find solutions.
Like most companies, we would like to increase our visibility quotient, having more people knowing who we are and what we do. This is actually one of the company objectives for 2016.
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