Ida Ryland one of Norway’s 50 leading tech women
On 8 March, on International Women's Day, the list of the 50 best tech women in Norwegian business was published. Abelia (NHO's association for knowledge and technology companies) and The ODA Network are responsible for the award. On the list was Ida Ryland (29) from Computas, developer and head of Computa's Trondheim office.
BIAS – The fragility of data collection in a refugee camp
As part of our professional development at Computas Denmark, we hold a number of internal professional days during the year. On Friday 16 December, we invited associate professor Lars Rune Christensen from the IT University in Copenhagen, to come and talk about his work in the refugee camp and the data quality challenges that have been associated with the collection of data.
Why Are There So Few New Programming Languages?
When was the last time you heard about a new programming language? And by that I mean a programming language that introduces some new concepts or tries to do things in a totally different way, not yet another variation on the same (C-)theme. It’s possible that I missed out on something, but it seems to […]
Computas Danmark er tildelt SKI 02.06 rammeaftale om standardsoftware og ydelser til det offentlige
SKI (Staten og Kommunernes Indkøbsservice) har indgået aftale med Computas Danmark på SKI 02.06 Standardsoftware og relaterede ydelser. På aftalen kan der købes software og ydelser inden for nedenstående område.
Astri Marie Ravnaas and Magne Solberg joins the Computas board of directors
Computas is preparing for further growth and has expanded its board of directors with two external representatives. “With these two board members on the team, we are even better equipped for our further work of developing beneficial solutions both for the public and private sector,” said chair of the board, John Nyheim.
Who Puts Your Machine Learning Models in Production?
When building Machine Learning (ML) products, what is the common output from the following three agile objectives? Build things fast Build things right Build the right things Answer: A useful and reusable model. No MVP without a model in production. And production is not the final easy step after proving model value in a notebook. It’s not merely an […]
Exploring digital art with CSS-only
Let’s start with what CSS-only means. It’s exactly what it sounds like, making things appear in a browser using nothing but HTML divs and CSS. So no code, no libraries, no dependencies, super easy right? Now obviously I’m not talking about fully functioning web applications (though I have seen some mocked out to an incredible degree). […]
Why you need MLOps to build agile ML products
Most Machine Learning (ML) models never reach production. They stay in notebook experimentation heaven where everything is about data science. A proof of concept ML model in a notebook is one thing. Going from a notebook to production is a whole other ball game. It requires the entire end-to-end data and ML pipeline to be […]