• How a Skeleton Starts its Motion

    By Sithara Dissanayake

    Starting from the first ever animated movie, we have grown up with quite a lot of such fascinating imaginations that look alive by now. Not only that, the typical movie industry too has stepped forward, broadening in a large scale, mingling with the lively imaginary characters. There are fictional movies...

  • Run Postman API Tests in the Azure DevOps Pipelines

    By Thilanka Weerasinghe

    How’s your QA experience with API testing so far? Have you ever gone through a hazel of testing the same thing again and again when you wanted to do a release? Though all APIs work in the QA environment perfectly and does it fails in the UAT? As developers do...

  • Exploring US West Coast

    By Chandula Bulathsinhala

    Not so long ago I got the opportunity to travel to USA with a friend of mine. Given how complex the process is for some people I thought it would be helpful to jot down few tips and tricks along the way. So buckle up. Flight to LA will take...

  • Setting up Secure FTP folder access per user in an Azure Virtual Machine

    By Sandun Perera

    Once you logged into the VM server with an administrator account, go to Server Manager and Add Roles, select Web Server (IIS), proceed and install. Then go to Add Role Services, select the features FTP Server and sub features, install. Now the server is equipped with FTP capabilities. Let’s move...

  • Safety Critical Software Systems

    By Dinithi Weerabahu

    Safety Critical Systems are computer systems whose failure can lead to a loss of life, serious economic consequences or environmental damage. There are many well-known examples of safety critical systems found in world today. Safety critical system is a subset of critical systems. Many modern information systems belong to this...

  • Full Stack Quality Engineering Above & Beyond

    By Nadeesha Gnanaratne

    In the field of software engineering “full-stack developer” is a known term used for a software engineer who is dealing with various layers of software and performs diverse technical tasks. Designing and developing backend, front-end, build & deployment, DevOps & monitoring are few of them to mention. This kind of...

  • My Time as a Leadership Trainee

    By Muhammed Adheeb

    If you are familiar with the term ‘Future Leaders’, you probably can relate to the experiences described below. If not, then you might have heard about ‘military training for uni students’ or ‘Pre University training’ or something related to training. We were the very first batch of students to undergo...

  • Vertical Gardening

    By Anuradha Malalasena

    Cities are called concrete jungles for obvious reasons. As we can see more and more concrete landscapes around us, we are realizing the more and more importance of greenery. With most homes shrinking in size, home gardening has become nearly impossible. However, hardcore gardeners have found a way around this...

  • Modern HR Trends

    By Hasini Senarathne

    The role of HR has been transformed to be more demanding and agile one. So, there are several modern HR trends that can be identified. 01) Simplification of work for overwhelmed employees Companies need to decrease the complexity of work to increase employee focus and relieve stress. Overwhelmed employees are...

  • Two weeks in Bergen, Norway

    By Kawshi Bandara

    In December 2018, I got the chance to travel to Europe and visit Norway. At that time, winter was ruling over Europe and every place was frozen in cold weather. For me it was a dream coming true because I always wanted to go abroad to see different places, experience...

  • The Agile Dynamic

    By Chinthaka Chandrasekara

    We at Geveo are very familiar with the Agile methodology for software development, experiencing it practically every day of our professional lives. However, it is important to be aware of not just the concepts of Agile, but also the core values and reasons behind doing what we do. In order...

  • Our place in the Universe

    By Hethu Nanayakkara

    Most of us have looked in to the night sky and wondered how many stars are out there. On a clear night sky, we see about 2,500 stars with our naked eye. Our Milky Way galaxy has about 400 billion stars, so we are seeing just a faction of our...

  • Wrapping your head around CosmosDB

    By Ravin Perera

    Cosmos DB is a globally-distributed multi-model NoSQL database service from Microsoft Azure. It seems that Microsoft is targeting developers moving on from SQL Server as well as MongoDB to transition to Cosmos DB. When you look at the marketing material, you might be tempted to switch your project to Cosmos...

  • Hype vs Fact - Walking 10,000 Steps a Day

    By Nalin Marambe

    These days it is hard to walk the streets without running into someone who is anxiously looking at their wrist to see if they are on target to reach the magic 10,000 steps. Is it really a goal worth striving for, or might there be something better? And where did...

  • Blockchain Consensus Mechanism

    By Priyadharsun Sivadasan

    Blockchain is a secure, shared, distributed ledger that is used to maintain a continuously growing list of records, called blocks. Secure - Each transaction is secured with cryptography. Cryptography is the fundamental building block based on which blockchain has been developed. Shared - The database is shared between parties (peer-to-peer)...