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Jerm on moles Jerm on moles

13 Aug 2015 by KRS
The latest cartoon by Jerm. [...]

Toastmasters empowers the team at KRS

2 Jul 2015 by KRS
There has been a strong focus on attending Toastmasters at KRS to help our staff grow their professional presentation skills. We asked both Alain King, Training Manager and Architect at KRS, and Ayesha Bagus, HR Manager at KRS, to tell us about their Toastmaster journey. [...]

Powering up with Elon Musk and his Powerwall

28 May 2015 by KRS
The Powerwall, (version 1) is the first renewable energy source aimed principally at the home consumer market. It is currently billed as ‘energy storage for a sustainable home.’ [...]

KRS Academy powers ahead

28 May 2015 by KRS
KRS engaged with around 500 first year Computer Science students at UWC exploring possible career alternatives and presenting what is currently available to them, and then at the beginning of May, some Agile lessons from the trenches with the Honours students at UCT. [...]

GridTalk and Tech!

28 May 2015 by KRS
Beyond the obvious frustrations of cold showers and cold food (in winter nogal), South Africa’s protracted energy crisis and its effect on the ICT industry has serious implications for the country’s overall economy. [...]

Build or Buy? Could an agile process change your mind…?

15 May 2015 by Steve Randles
The on-going debate; build custom software or buy a packaged solution? [...]

Jerm on sleep Jerm on sleep

13 May 2015 by KRS
The latest cartoon by Jerm. [...]

Mobile World Congress Top Topics at Mobile World Congress

27 Mar 2015 by KRS
Here’s a quick look at the top stories from Mobile World Congress that took place in Barcelona at the beginning of this month. [...]

academy The KRS Academy

25 Mar 2015 by KRS
In January we welcomed 12 Software Development interns into the KRS fold for seven weeks of high intensity training. [...]

Five steps to creating great-performing Apps

25 Mar 2015 by KRS
In 2015, if you are not developing a mobile or digital business application of some description, then you are considered to be behind the times and out of touch with your customers. [...]

passwords Jerm on passwords

15 Mar 2015 by KRS
The latest cartoon by Jerm. [...]

Agile Developers Infographic

5 Mar 2015 by KRS
Our first attempt at an Infographic of all the awesome things we do as Agile Developers! [...]

Taking Work to Task

29 Jan 2015 by Barbara Mackay
Making work smarter and faster is KRS’s newly revamped, TaskExpress. The ultimate, sophisticated and easy to use, issue tracker and task scheduler, Task Express is eminently scalable – from the ‘coffice’ worker (coffee shop office) to major companies handling large project management tasks. [...]

Top IT trends for 2015

29 Jan 2015 by KRS
Since we are at the beginning of the year, let’s take a look at some of the trends set to affect the IT world ahead. [...]

Shading alternate rows or columns

29 Jan 2015 by Jasper Cook
Shading alternate rows or columns is simple enough, but surprisingly few people know how easy it is. It’s a question I get a lot. [...]

Meet the Team: Brendan Huysamen – Sequel & BI Developer

25 Nov 2014 by KRS
Brendan has been with KRS for 7 years and thoroughly enjoys the diversity of projects and technologies that he works with. [...]

Mobile Apps for Business – Why?

25 Nov 2014 by KRS
Developing business to business mobile applications for companies that manage clients rather than end customers is definitely a growing trend in South Africa. So why should businesses build an app for their clients? [...]

KRS navigated the Scrum Odyssey at Scrum Gathering 2014

28 Oct 2014 by KRS
Two of our team members recently attended the 2014 Scrum Gathering in Cape Town, hosted by the Scrum User Group of South Africa (SUGSA). [...]

Meet the Team: Christopher Rollins – Senior Developer

1 Oct 2014 by KRS
Chris has been with KRS for almost 4 years. He enjoys the camaraderie with other developers and has recently become a father. [...]

Integration – The KRS Way

30 Sep 2014 by Lorraine Steyn
Integration projects within companies are often moved lower down the IT roadmap as they are seen to be complicated and frustrating. Why? Well bringing two or more different software programmes together and integrating the code to result in a successful business specified outcome, is always a challenge. [...]