Why we didn’t need to change our phone system for remote working
When COVID struck and everyone went into lock down, a lot of businesses had to change how they worked to adjust to a new life of working from home. At The Curve we were fortunate that little changed in the transition to home working. For a lot of businesses there […]
Melise Jones on Women in Tech
Our Business Development Director, Melise Jones, reflects on what it means to be a woman in tech. Before Women in Tech there were, well, women in tech… I never thought there was anything special or remarkable about the fact that I had entered a field dominated by fellas. The feeling […]
Dealing with cryptic Selenium::WebDriver::Error::InvalidSessionIdError errors
We believe in delivering high quality software for our clients, so it probably comes as no surprise that we subscribe ourselves to numerous best practices such as test driven development, and we adopt a strong testing culture. On one project, we started getting a very cryptic error message when we […]
Why password policies aren’t enough
We’re all been there, we’ve had to set a password in a system and we’ve been told it’s not strong enough. Or we finally set a strong password only to be told 30 days later that we need to change our password. Password policies aren’t enough to encourage good security […]
In It Together Signing Off for Now…
Back in March, our team at The Curve responded to the challenges and uncertainty brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. We pulled together to do what we could to help one another out, both personally and professionally. During those early days of the crisis, we launched In It Together – […]
COVID-19: In uncertain times…
These are uncertain times, and we're adapting the way that we operate to support businesses and communities. Effective immediately we at The Curve are announcing that we will work for any business that is driving social benefit, change, tackling the global challenge or similar for no more than cost. We are working with a number of organisations at no cost to bring out services that we believe will support the community at large.
Strategic office take-up for The Curve to mark successful first year
A Sheffield based software development and technology consultancy, has moved in to its first office – located at OXO House in Sheffield – following unprecedented demand for its services after one year in business. The new 1,900 sq ft office space, located in the heart of Sheffield beside the River […]
Running Ruby and Rails, purely serverless on AWS @ Sheffield DevOps
Last night Paul and I were speaking at Sheffield DevOps about the journey to serverless and how you can run an entire Rails app without a server!
The Curve joins Sheffield Technology Parks as Entrepreneurs in Residence
We're announcing today that we're joining Sheffield Technology Parks as Entrepreneurs in Residence. Our team will be mentors and coaches to the Cooper Project start-ups that are part of the Technology Parks incubation programme.
Welcome Melise Jones — Business Development Director
I'm excited to announce that Melise Jones is joining the team as Business Development Director. Melise brings 30 years of experience in the technology sector delivering customer-facing solutions and services, with at least 15 of those years spent in senior leadership roles. Welcome Melise!