Working at Enciso Systems is a huge opportunity for me and my partners, we are in a team of colleagues with a similar expertise level that creates a great synergy between us.
Given the recent developments of the public health crisis, telework is the preferred strategy for collaborators at Enciso Systems.
BYE BYE 404 team is committed to improve web content quality of the most prominent astronomical observatory on earth. Everyday, web content analysts and software developers devote their passion and professionalism to ensure the continuous and accurate operation of the broken link tool.
BYE BYE 404’s software development team has fully integrated the continuous delivery of product’s updates after pushing changes to the code repository. By using this approach, users will profit from shorter development cycles and new features frequently.
BYE BYE 404’s development team deployed a new version of the web application. The new version incorporates cutting-edge software engineering culture and practice that unifies software development and operations, on top of cloud computing services.
Computer scientists from BYE BYE 404 and the University of the Llanos presented two research papers at the Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology in Peru.
Two scientific papers by students from the University of the Llanos were accepted to the Latin American and Caribbean Conference for Engineering and Technology (LACCEI). In this year, the conference takes place in Lima, Peru, from July 18 to 20.
Between October 25 and November 8 2017 the first cohort of the data analysis team was trained and certified at the Punto Vive Digital Lab Villavicencio. The objetive of the training sessions was to develop basic understanding of the underlying web technologies and collaborative tools behind BYE BYE 404.
On June 27, 2017 the group of interns presented their results at VillaDevs. During the event, the interns discussed technical details of the work performed along the 16-week period.
Two interns and one collaborator will join the development team at BYE BYE 404 to enhance our flagship product. The newcomers are students from the Universidad de los Llanos and are expected to start their duties on mid February 2017. During the 16-week period, the students are responsible to contribute with software development tasks and to write an academic paper describing the work done.