Amish explains how the Netlify CMS was used to create a simple but effective wiki facility, to allow Supergen Bioenergy Hub researchers to keep their app up-to-date.
In a post written shortly before the summer projects ended, Jang asks our student employees about their personal working environments.
Karam describes how he set up our CI/CD facility by installing a GitLab Runner on our development VM.
After an exciting summer of coding, the student software company is closing down for a while. Suzanne says thanks and farewell to a fantastic team.
How does working for a student software company compare with working for a tech giant? Natalia has experienced both. She compares life as a developer at Amazon with her work for Imago this summer.
Jang Belche, business analyst with our Supergen team, describes his experiences of working from home for the first time. While he concedes a few negatives, Jang gives his home-office working patterns a big thumbs up.
It’s summer 2020 and that means it’s time for our second pilot run of the University of Manchester student software company. We learnt a lot from our first pilot run last summer, not least from the great feedback we got from our founder employees. But we have a whole new set of challenges this year: […]