#ARSpotLightSpeakers Michelle Ward – Application Security – AppRiver Michelle Ward opens our 2017 Spot Light Speakers Series with a conversation about Application Security. Enjoy! Michelle Ward is the founder of Cyber Safe Workforce LLC, a company that helps workplaces teach employees computer security basics. Before starting her own company, she worked 11 years in the […]

AppRiver Ignite Talks March 2017 Sudoku & You One of the main links between theoretical computer science and discrete mathematics is the topic of Graph Theory. Graph Theory is the science of how things are connected and the combinations of connections when certain conditions are in place. A subset of graph theory is the study […]

AppRiver Ignite Talks March 2017 Monopoly – The Agile Edition This talk was based on a planning prioritization technique I learned about while taking a project management course called “Agile Product Owner: Techniques”, by Angela Wick. This course can be viewed on Lynda.com. The process has been called “Buy A Feature” or “The Budget Game” […]

Domain Driven Design (DDD) is one of the concepts we practice here at AppRiver. We come from the Greg Young and Udi Dahan school of DDD, which incorporates some elegant patterns such as Command Query Responsibility Separation (CQRS), event sourcing and service buses. These concepts are challenging to implement effectively, but with discipline and a focus on continuous […]