Writing Win32 apps like it's 2020: Introduction

This is the first part of a three-part series on Win32 development: Introduction Helpers for a modern C++ world A DPI-aware resizable wizard Example Project on GitHub Let’s start with the obvious question right away: Why should anyone write a new application using ‘90s technology like Win32 API in 2020? Well, if you are working at a company like ENLYZE, there are plenty of good reasons to do so:

Fun with Decorators, Protobuf and Apache Beam

As somebody who had the burden pleasure to work with Apache Beam’s Java SDK, I really enjoyed the parametrized nature of pipeline transforms. Besides making it easy reason about inputs and outputs of individual steps of a pipeline, Beam also takes care of (de)serialization.

In this post, we explore a similar approach for Apache Beam’s Python SDK to the Java SDK using decorators.

How to build an Embedded Bootloader: Introduction

This is the first post in a series about how to build a bootloader to deliver OTA updates to embedded devices such as an STM32 microcontroller. First, we will outline what’s important and then lay out the concept for what we’re going to build.

Allow us to introduce ourselves

In this very first post of the ENLYZE blog, Deniz gives you a high level overview over the technological landscape that ENLYZE is operating in. This post aims to provide you some insight into our everyday challenges so you can decide whether this blog is worth following.