Continuous learning and knowledge sharing are key aspects of day to day life at Symbiote and Insights are an opportunity for us to share that knowledge with the community.
The Symbiote team talk about what life's like with a 4-day work week.
We believe a Yes vote will recognise 65,000 years of indigenous connection to this land, establishing a practical path to better outcomes for First Nations people.
Here's what it's like to coach colleagues within a company with a flat management structure.
"Coaching is a lot like a game of Jeopardy. The correct answer is usually a question."
From hairdresser to software developer. Past career experiences give our teams the edge.
Let's talk about the importance of trust in software development, the attraction of a 4-day a week role, and why I love learning and sharing skills.
Wondering what containerisation is about? Interested in automation in software, what a DevOps engineer does, cats ...? These are a few of my favourite things.
My job as Symbiote’s Quality Assurance analyst, is to try to break things so our developers can fix them to deliver a high quality product.
Our usability testing process is fast, highly effective and budget-friendly. We carefully select the right people and they give us all kinds of useful information that’d be missed with a large-scale approach.
March 8 is International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. Here are the practical ways Symbiote supports women.
Here's how we managed the early planning stage of a complex web development project.
These are the top 5 best software testing and quality assurance practices we follow at Symbiote and how they improve our relationships with our customers, our internal processes and relationships, and the software we make.
We’re advocates for creating smart, ethical websites that inform and assist, rather than persuading or even tricking people, and that don’t store or sell visitor data. We even wrote an open source module in Silverstripe that lets you personalise your site for visitors, so they can remain anonymous and store some personalisation data on their own device, to make your site more useful during their future visits.
Designing and coding websites to make them accessible makes them better for all kinds of users and technology.
You might have heard that we should use long passwords containing a mix of letters, numbers and symbols. But how does anyone remember complex passwords? Isn’t it OK to use the same password on unimportant sites?
It makes sense for government departments to share software. We created a tool to help job seekers answer application questions persuasively – and it was easily modified to suit a different group of users.