Posts by Dan
SkillsLogic wins Advanced Teacher Status (ATS) ePortfolio Project
SkillsLogic has been awarded a three year contract to deliver a bespoke ePortfolio system for the Education and Training Foundation (ETF). The system will be used to support ETF's Advanced Teacher Status programme (ATS) - the badge of advanced professionalism and mastery in further education and training.
Sheffield Software Development Team Grows
A Learning Management System and more for Practice Index
In 2017, Practice Index, an organisation providing a wide range of services to General Practitioners, approached us about developing a learning management system to deliver online training courses to GP practices in the UK. Practice Index found themselves in a common predicament. They had spent some time configuring a hosted virtual learning environment (VLE) solution provided by a big player in the market but were unsatisfied with the inability to modify the system to better support their business model.
SkillsLogic development team grows with new apprentice
Say hello to Euan, the latest member of our Sheffield software development team. Euan joins us via the 'software development' pathway of the modern apprenticeship programme.
Serving thousands of concurrent learners with NGINX
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Update: Animated gifs in bespoke E-learning
Useful scripts for checking Postgres replication lag
Real time replication with PostgreSQL Part 2
In this second part of our two part post on real time data replication in PostgreSQL we're going to look at a simple setup of ‘hot standby’ master-slave replication in PostgreSQL.
For the purpose of demonstration we've setup a test rig with two virtual servers. The master server is on IP 192.168.1.100, and the standby is on 192.168.1.101.
Calculating medians in PostgreSQL with percentile_cont
SkillsLogic is developing a big reporting and data dashboard solution and as part of that we need to calculate a lot of medians.
Remember from school, the median of a list of numbers is found by sorting the values from lowest to highest and then picking the middle one. If there’s no middle then the median is typically defined to be the mean of the two middle values.
EQUAL - Bespoke E-Learning Platform
Read about how we developed a bespoke learning management system for The Skills Network
E-Learning Design - Social Care
Read about the work we're doing for the National Association for Providers of Activities for Older People
Software Development - clickLearner
Read about how we developed a new video based e-learning solution for a Sheffield company.