Adrián Matellanes
API Developer
Adrián Matellanes
API Developer

Events

PyDay MLG 2016

September 20, 2016

September 20, 2016 by Adrián Matellanes

After the great reception of the First Python Málaga Meetup, we were eager for the next event!

Next stop: PyDay 2016.

PyDay 2016 is an event organised by Python España, aimed to expand local Python communities and running from 12nd – 18th of September. Local community meetups, dojos and workshops happened across cities including Madrid, Barcelona, Vigo, Murcia and Valencia.

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Juan Pérez
Scrum Master / Business Analyst

Events

First Málaga Python Meetup

September 13, 2016

September 13, 2016 by Juan Pérez

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Last week, the Málaga Python meetup debuted with a fabulous event.

The much anticipated event was over subscribed, with lucky 30 people converging upon the Ebury office in Málaga to hear from one of our team leaders, Adrián Matellanes.

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Juan Manuel Pérez
Quality Assurance

Quality assurance

What does QA mean for Ebury?

August 31, 2016

August 31, 2016 by Juan Manuel Pérez

Our teams are cross functional and fully responsible for the quality of the product they produce. We apply an end-to-end philosophy to our daily work, that is, we are responsible from user story creation through to ensuring that story is delivered, working and supported in production. Every team member will be involved in supporting the QA process.

With this in mind, what can we expect from the QA tribe? Why are QAs still important? If we have great developers that use automated tools to check their workflows, are focused on increasing the quality of their daily work and the company is aligned with a quality-first philosophy, then why do we need dedicated testers?

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José Carlos Martínez
UI/UX Designer

Design/UX

Our favourite online and desktop design tools

August 25, 2016

August 25, 2016 by José Carlos Martínez

Designers always look for the best set of tools for their next project, but often the ones already in place can be used for their purpose – achieving different things with different goals in mind. As a designer, I try to use tools that fit the project needs as well as our longer-term workflow.

Let’s explore some of our favorite design tools at Ebury.

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Chris Wood
API Product Manager
Mark Donkers
Senior Web Developer
Chris Wood
API Product Manager

LABS

Let the dancing begin: Getting ready for PSD2

July 20, 2016

July 20, 2016 by Chris Wood

PSD2: In fintech and banking more generally, it’s become the magic word for disruption, opportunity and threat all rolled into one.

The Payment Services Directive 2 is a revised directive from the European Union on how the payment services industry must operate, cooperate and provide choice for consumers. Even in the light of Brexit, PSD2 will have a seismic effect on the payments landscape in Europe.

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Miguel Torres
Lead Front-end Developer
Mark Donkers
Senior Web Developer

Development

WordPress Development with Docker containers (MacOSX)

June 22, 2016

June 22, 2016 by Mark Donkers

As new developers join our team, we make it easy and straight-forward to set up local wordpress development environments that closely resemble the test/staging and production environments.

Why should this be considered best-practice? When developing for a multi-site wordpress website in a corporate environment, most code will need to be written locally on your desktop machine as there are processes in place that prevent a developer having ftp access to upload his/her work to quickly test. When dealing with build and deployment processes it is vital to have a local environment where everything functions as it would on the server based environment.

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