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The Strangler Pattern
An 18F presentation explaining 'the strangler pattern', an incremental migration process to replace legacy systems.
Legacy Application Strangulation: Case Studies
Strangulation of a legacy or undesirable solution is a safe way to phase one thing out for something better, cheaper, or more expandable. One may make something new that obsoletes a small percentage of something old, and ...
Agile & user-centered software development
A brief overview of agile and user-centered software design from 18F.
How States are Investing in Innovation and Technology to Meet WIOA Requirements
Forty-one state leaders shared with the Governing Institute what they see are the key benefits and challenges of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA). Check out this infographic to see what states think of ...
Low-code App Platforms Prove Essential in Times of Crisis
During the pandemic response, leading low-code platforms have been pressed into service to quickly deliver apps for testing, scheduling and prioritizing high-risk groups. (Note: Access to content may require you to provide ...
Advantages of Low-code Platforms: Speed, agility, collaboration
ServiceNow's Gregg Aldana discusses the role of low-code platforms in speeding application development, easing the app developer shortage and creating hybrid development teams. (Note: Access to content may require you to ...
Blockchain: The Public Sector Big Picture
This document explores why blockchain is causing such a stir and what it means for the public sector. It also highlights NASPO's Procurement U course on blockchain.
Containers March into the Mainstream
This article explores the growing use of containers and microservices in the development and architecture of applications. The author explores how the use can be a benefit to the IT world by creating better software faster.
Software-Defined Everything Comes to State Government
Agencies are maximizing limited resources with software-defined networking, software-defined data centers and other solutions as part of the SDx evolution of IT infrastructure
Post-COVID, Unemployment Systems Take Stock and Go Modern
With the pressure of the pandemic finally easing, state officials are working to upgrade the technology underpinning outdated unemployment offices and prevent fraudulent claims.