Stan the dinosaur


Stan is Google's dinosaur, who provides a stark contrast to all those hypermodern things. Stan watches visitors and employees alike, with a threatening gaze and gaping mouth. Another gimmick? When Serge visited Silicon Valley last year, he found out this was absolutely not the case.

Web-based vs. Native software


So you are looking for business software. That means you are faced with a choice; web-based or native business software? But what is the difference? Which is the safest, cheapest or most efficient choice? To answer these questions, you need information. That is why we help you, and our customers, by providing this information for you. Let us help you make the right decision.

Go: a new, green programming language


A new year calls for new year’s resolutions. Even at Ultraware. Our new year’s resolution: Go. In 2016, our developers started learning a new programming language called Go. If you haven’t heard of this language yet, don’t worry about it. It’s not yet one of the established languages, but we believe Go will eventually make it to the top choices and may even be the replacement for PHP. Let us tell you why.

The three lessons from Silicon Valley


Being given an opportunity to travel Silicon Valley, the beating heart of innovation, with 30 entrepreneurs from the north of the Netherlands. Who wouldn’t want that? Serge was given the opportunity to hop on a plane and tag along on this inspiring journey. And with visits Alta Motors, Stanford University Campus, B8ta and Autodesk, the trip sure promised to be inspiring. Serge came back with new insights into entrepreneurship. Gotten curious? Read the three most important insights below.

Dear client, you don’t want that!


“You don’t want that!” Not a very cheerful sentence, yet we use it a lot. Not just to colleagues, but especially to clients. Highly appreciated relations. But why? Why do we use this sentence? Why so often? And how is this your (our client’s) business?

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