• Interrupt Inside 2021

    Twice a year we gather our most popular in-depth technology
    articles in our own magazine: Interrupt Inside.
    Vol 1 is now live on our website! Focusing on the latest trends in software
    development, industrial digitalisation, IoT and embedded solutions market.

  • 2020 Integrated Report

    Another all-time high across the board

    Data Respons continued its long-term growth, making 2020 the year that marks 20%
    growth for 20 consecutive years, says Kenneth Ragnvaldsen, CEO of Data Respons.

  • 2020 ESG Report

    2020 has been a challenging year for many, due to Covid-19 and all the consequences that followed from the pandemic.
    At the same time, we have seen increased interest for our ESG contents internally and externally. The emerging climate change,
    Covid-19 and new regulations, like the EU-taxonomy, functions like catalysators that have increased our, and the general,
    focus on sustainability.

  • Enabling the Young

    Young people are our future and we want to be a part of giving coming
    generations the best starting point possible and the ability to grow and
    prosper into educated, healthy and valuable individuals.

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Building a data infrastructure for automotive AI

It’s no secret that software is “eating” the automotive industry. According to some estimates, as much as 90 per cent of automotive innovation comes from software. Stefan Jahncke is one of the experts building the computing infrastructure needed to develop new AI-based solutions for the automotive sector.

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Connecting the dots of industrial digitalization

Telecom, shipping, healthcare, agriculture, automotive – what do these profoundly different industries have in common? Well, ask the 130 developers at Data Respons R&D Services. In fact, their secret of success is their ability to see similarities between domains that may at first glance seem incompatible -an ability that is crucial to industrial digitalization.

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Clean Code – Software development by and for people

At the beginning of a software project, it is about choosing a tech stack, the core set of those technologies that will be used to solve the problem at hand. At the same time, a software architecture must be chosen to determine and ensure the basic organisation, components, relationships with each other and with the environment, and evolution of the intended software solution. Continuous Integration and Delivery must then be configured. And then the real work begins, the programming.


Enabling young girls in Nepal to promote quality of life

Nepal is a small country in Asia and home to many of the world’s most famous mountains. However, it’s also among the world’s top ten poorest countries. Approximately 40% live below the poverty line and 47% of the population is unemployed.

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10 reasons to become a Data Respons specialist

As a newly educated software developer or engineer you are in a sweet spot since your skills are in high demand and they are applicable to almost every industry. We believe work is more fun when you get to jump from project to project across different customers, industries, technologies and even countries. To convince you to become A Data Respons specialist we have we’ve listed 10 reasons to why we think you should join us.


e-Trucks – the future is powered from above

Say hello to the pantograph, the ancient device invented in the 1890s that’s currently mounted on e-trucks on test tracks in Germany. Pantographs have been used on trains and trams to connect them to overhead wires, and it’s a key component in the future of road freight. Cable harness experts from inContext are designing the e-trucks’ wiring.

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DevOps – What does it really mean? And when are you “DevOps ready?”

DevOps is a buzzword that seems to be on everyone’s lips in the IT sector. Nowadays, it’s not “system administrators” who are in demand but “DevOps engineers”. Developers are increasingly using the buzzword “DevOps” when discussing the skills they need. Testers are supposed to “do DevOps”. And more and more companies are declaring that they themselves and their products are “DevOps ready”.

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